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After being one of the biggest beneficiaries of the coronavirus, Wall Street analysts see some warning signs for Netflix when the company reports fourth-quarter earnings on Tuesday after the bell.
But expectations remain high and most analysts say the streaming giant is going to be fine, urging investors to stick with the stocks that are staying home.
Shares of Netflix are down about 5% since the company’s previous earnings report in October, compared to the S&P 500, which is up nearly 11% over the same period.
Content, competition, customers
According to analysts, subscriber growth will be the main focus for shareholders, especially as the end of the coronavirus approaches and in light of the company’s price increases in late October last year.
Investors will also be looking for updates on Netflix’s pipeline of upcoming content as competition remains fierce from the likes of Disney + and others.
Here’s what some of the other analysts say to look for: