Netflix May Report a Huge Subscriber Beat

While most investors will be watching income and revenue numbers this earnings season, Netflix, Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) shareholders know better. Netflix’s long-term growth is all about subscriber count, and GBH Insights head of technology research Daniel Ives says Netflix will top subscriber growth expectations by more than 11 percent when it reports fourth-quarter earnings Jan. 22.

The iPhone 8 Is a Disappointment For Apple

Since the release of the iPhone 8 in September and the iPhone X in November, Apple Inc.(Nasdaq: AAPL) investors have gotten a nonstop stream of mixed headlines and data points concerning the strength of the current iPhone cycle. On Wednesday, Apple investors got more mixed iPhone news from Wall Street when a pair of analysts expressed opposing…

The Worst Is Still to Come For Under Armour Stock

Under Armour Inc (NYSE: UA, UAA) investors may be running out of patience with the struggling company, but the stock tumbled 8.6 percent Tuesday on concerns Under Armour may be running out of money. According to Macquarie Capital analyst Laurent Vasilescu, Under Armour’s deteriorating financial situation may soon force the company to raise capital.

Alibaba Is Following Amazon’s Playbook

Even after Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA) stock nearly doubled in 2017, analysts see no signs the company’s incredible performance will slow down. In fact, Jefferies analyst Karen Chan says Alibaba’s combination of cloud services growth, e-commerce growth and international expansion will have Alibaba stock outperforming the market for years to come.

GE Takes a Big Hit From Finance Arm

After a disastrous 2017 for General Electric Company (NYSE: GE), investors hit their first 2018 bump in the road on Tuesday when the company announced it will take a $6.2 billion charge on its fourth-quarter earnings. The charges stem from an ongoing internal review of GE Capital, GE’s financial services subsidiary.