Despite the rollout of vaccines currently being administered throughout America, the road to economic recovery will undoubtedly be a long one. For some investors — like myself — that means capitalizing on the best and worst stay-at-home stocks for April while profits are still rolling in.
And the stocks I want to talk about today have one common denominator: They’re all streaming services.
Seeing as this is the 21st century and people nowadays prefer paying for a handful of streaming subscriptions rather than cable, I have a feeling some of these stocks will be around long term.
Luckily, I’ve been able to get two of the greatest experts I know to give us a bit more insight on which streaming services are the best and worst stay-at-home stocks for April: my sons!
I’m the type of guy who just goes straight to watching sports and the news as soon as I get home. So it’s safe to say I don’t know the nooks and crannies of all the streaming services.
But my sons? They’re on their iPads and TVs watching Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Max and Disney+ all day long.
So I asked them to rank them for me… and their assessments weren’t far off from my trader’s intuition.
The Best and Worst Stay-At-Home Stocks in April
My 11- and 8-year-old sons broke it down for us, going from best to worst:
1. AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) — HBO Max is No. 1 because it has the best movies on there.
2. Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) — Disney+ has some great features and the possibility of remaining on top for the next decade. That’s a bold statement, buddy.
3. Then we have Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX)… which keeps running out of shows and new ideas. It really just sucks now.
Ouch. My sons like to keep it real.
4. And apparently Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) — Amazon Prime isn’t worth the mention.
And after taking a look at the actual charts of these stocks, I’m happy to report that I surprised my kids with which streaming services are actually the best and worst performing stay-at-home stocks for April.
Check out my short video below to learn more about the best and worst stay-at-home stocks for April . Be sure to share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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