Toppling Netflix Bulls With a Strategy

One helpful tip offered by a personal hero of mine, Sun Tzu, on toppling an enemy is this: make them appear as if you are absolutely on their side while internally plotting how to overthrow them. So, here is how to put that logic into practice in a bull versus bear debate on a stock. 

I will actually present the bull case on Netflix (NFLX)! At first pass, it's very hard to not become all warm and fuzzy on Netflix as an investment opportunity. Hey, the stock is up 125.67% year to date. That immediately fills the qualifier that the market must know something the investing faithful do not pertaining to the company's future. If you look into the company's financial results, there is an array of reasons to be encouraged. The reasons include an increasing subscriber count and a first quarter bottom line that came in significantly better than expected and ripped the faces off the shorts....726 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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