Netflix saw heavy selling in April after the earnings release was a big disappointment with investors concerned over a drop in sub-scribers for the first time in a decade. Furthermore, they forecast a large drop of 2 million subscriber for Q2.
One of the strategies that the company is going to employ, alongside cost cutting, is an ‘with advertisements’ tier that will be a cheaper monthly subscription. Will Netflix’s plan to regenerate growth work? The seasonal pattern for Netflix is very strong during the summer months.
Over the last 15 years Netflix has gained 13 times and on-ly lost value twice in 2007 and 2008. The largest gain was a huge 41.08% in 2015. The largest fall was -9.40% in 2007. The average return has been an impressive 13.58%.
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