Hey guys, welcome to another edition of “Buy It and Burn It.” Today, I’m giving away the hot stocks early: We’re looking at two of the biggest streaming services available — Disney vs. Netflix.
As we gear up to finish off 2020, we need to take a look at these companies in both the short- and long-term.
In one corner, we have Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS). Everyone’s favorite mouse, amusement park and now streaming platform.
In the wake of COVID-19 shutting down its amusement parks again, Disney still managed to make headlines when it announced a load of new content coming exclusively to Disney+.
In the other corner, the reigning champion: Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX). The former by-mail DVD rental company revolutionized how people watch TV and movies.
Netflix was one of the first and most successful streaming services to produce its own content. Since then, it has inspired a new generation of streaming options — Disney included.
Disney vs. Netflix: Who Will Be King?
We’re finally into the holiday season of a crazy volatile year, but we could see another shake-up on the way.
Netflix has owned the streaming market with over 70 million subscribers in the U.S. alone, and 193 million worldwide as of July. It has been the go-to service for watching holiday movies with your family for years.
Looking past 2020, however, it has some competition. Since its launch in November 2019, Disney+ has already reached over 86 million subscribers.
With the combination of Disney’s multiple streaming services, Disney+, Hulu, ESPN and now Star, the streaming stock market could have a new champ.
So which one should you buy, and which one should you burn?
Check out the video below to get my thoughts on this matchup of Disney vs. Netflix. And as always, let me know your thoughts in the comments or send an email to email@example.com to get your question into our next mailbag segment.
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