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   Why We're Buying Utilities Instead Of Tech  2021/06/06 13:00:00 Seeking Alpha
   VOX: Potential For Outperformance With Cyclical Rotation  2021/06/06 10:01:54 Seeking Alpha
   Charts make the historical case for an S&P 500 summer rally: Alpha Tactics  2021/06/05 16:46:05 Seeking Alpha
   Your streaming bill is about to get more expensive as platforms look to gobble up libraries of exclusive content (NFLX, AMZN, HULU)  2021/06/05 11:57:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The media industry is consolidating , and experts say it will probably get more expensive for you to stream your favorite shows and movies. That's because exclusivity will play a bigger role in helping streaming companies get eyeballs – and customers — on their platforms, meaning you may have to sign up for more subscriptions as movies and shows become unique to each platform. Amazon's $8.45 billion deal for MGM, announced in May, for instance, could be only the start. "I think really sought-after content where it's good enough to get somebody to subscribe, a content provider likely wants to have that exclusivity," Brad Gastwirth, a strategist at Wedbush Securities, told Insider. Amazon's MGM deal gives it content to show exclusively Each streaming platform's success will in part depend on its arsenal of exclusive content, experts say. For Disney, that's its popular Marvel, Pixar, and "Star Wars" brands, as well as its existing intellectual property content, Rahul Patel — an analyst with the UK-based data research firm Ampere Analysis — told Insider.
   Netflix, Disney+, Salto... Les films et séries à voir cette semaine du 4 au 10 juin  2021/06/03 16:17:12 Business Insider France
   Charts make the historical case for an S&P 500 summer rally: Alpha Tactics  2021/06/05 16:46:05 Seeking Alpha
   Your streaming bill is about to get more expensive as platforms look to gobble up libraries of exclusive content (NFLX, AMZN, HULU)  2021/06/05 11:57:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The media industry is consolidating , and experts say it will probably get more expensive for you to stream your favorite shows and movies. That's because exclusivity will play a bigger role in helping streaming companies get eyeballs – and customers — on their platforms, meaning you may have to sign up for more subscriptions as movies and shows become unique to each platform. Amazon's $8.45 billion deal for MGM, announced in May, for instance, could be only the start. "I think really sought-after content where it's good enough to get somebody to subscribe, a content provider likely wants to have that exclusivity," Brad Gastwirth, a strategist at Wedbush Securities, told Insider. Amazon's MGM deal gives it content to show exclusively Each streaming platform's success will in part depend on its arsenal of exclusive content, experts say. For Disney, that's its popular Marvel, Pixar, and "Star Wars" brands, as well as its existing intellectual property content, Rahul Patel — an analyst with the UK-based data research firm Ampere Analysis — told Insider.
   Netflix, Disney+, Salto... Les films et séries à voir cette semaine du 4 au 10 juin  2021/06/03 16:17:12 Business Insider France
   Streaming Players Are Pulling Out The Big Guns And Roku Keeps On Growing  2021/06/03 16:01:49 Benzinga
When it comes to streaming wars, everyone is pulling out the big guns. In May, AT&T's (NYSE: T ) HBO Max delivered the Friends reunion special, Walt Disney Company's (NYSE: DIS ) Disney+ has gathered over 100 million subscribers and Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX ) had so much new content it literally had a little something for everybody. But, there is one player who only keeps benefiting as competition keeps getting more and more intense. In the past three years, shares of Roku (NASDAQ: ROKU ) were up 800%, respectively, both crushing the 63% total return of the S&P 500. This figure shows just how much Roku succeeded in benefiting from intensifying streaming wars that many mistakenly thought would hamper its skyrocketing growth. For its first quarter, it reported substantial increases in both revenue and income during the first quarter despite a slight slowdown in active account growth. Q1 Figures During the first quarter, Roku delivered $574 million in revenue. This figure consists of platform revenue that went up 101% YoY as it amounted to $466.5 million and $107.7 in device revenue which is up 79% compared to the same quarter last year.
   EOS: Volatility Can Create An Opportunity In This Attractive Fund  2021/06/03 20:16:48 Seeking Alpha
   Returning 'Handmaid's Tale' marks streaming hit for Hulu  2021/05/27 18:29:00 Seeking Alpha
   ROCE Insights For NV5 Global  2021/05/27 15:07:47 Benzinga
NV5 Global (NASDAQ: NVEE ) posted Q1 earnings of $9.55 million, an increase from Q4 of 0.14%. Sales dropped to $153.09 million, a 5.01% decrease between quarters. NV5 Global earned $9.57 million, and sales totaled $161.18 million in Q4. Why ROCE Is Significant Return on Capital Employed is a measure of yearly pre-tax profit relative to capital employed by a business. Changes in earnings and sales indicate shifts in a company's ROCE. A higher … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Don't short meme stocks as retail and institutional investors rotate back into Reddit trades, market strategist says (GME, AMC, BB)  2021/05/27 14:12:42 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Traders shouldn't be shorting so-called meme stocks amid a rotation back into Reddit trades from both institutional and retail investors, according to Joe Terranova, senior managing director and chief market strategist at Virtus Investment Partners. Terranova sat down with CNBC on Thursday to discuss the recent resurgence of meme stocks and said when it comes to the social media favorites, "the first thing you don't do is you don't short these stocks." To his point, on Tuesday alone, AMC and Gamestop's rise caused short sellers to lose $618 million in a single day, according to data from ORTEX. The market strategist went on to describe the rotation back into Reddit favorites like GameStop and AMC from both retail traders and institutions after cryptocurrencies' recent leverage unwinding. Despite a common belief that these trades are run by the retail community, Terranova says institutions are just as involved. "Let's not think that this is just all retail traders.
   Thinking about buying stock in BlackBerry, Sundial Growers, AMC, Canopy Growth Corp, or Aerpio Pharmaceuticals?  2021/05/27 13:31:00 Benzinga
NEW YORK , May 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- InvestorsObserver issues critical PriceWatch Alerts for BB, SNDL, AMC, CGC, and ARPO. Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Investment Grade: Looking Past A Solid Earnings Season  2021/05/27 11:46:00 Seeking Alpha

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