Where Will Netflix’s Next 200 Million Subscribers Come From?

Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) ended 2021 with over 220 million global subscribers. While subscriber growth slowed considerably from pandemic-fueled 2020, the streaming service still added 18 million net new subscribers for the year. Many investors are worried about whether that's the new normal for Netflix going forward, or if it can return to its pre-pandemic average of about 25 million to 30 million net additions per year. Read More...

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3 Stocks I Bought This Week

Inflation dominated headlines this week with the Consumer Price Index rising 8.5% in March — its highest year-over-year expansion in 2022 so far. The companies I bought this week — Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB), FIGS (NYSE: FIGS), and Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) — are prime examples, which is why I was excited to add more to my positions. Trading at 18 times sales as of this writing, Airbnb’s valuation is near the lowest it has ever been as a public company, yet its business is operating at all-time highs.

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