Raging Bull Index: Ford, NetFlix, Amazon and Others (F, NFLX, AMZN)


The Masters have been preaching the Negative Nancy Index but until the tipping point has finally been reached for U.S. equities its time to "back up the truck", put on the blinders, and go for broke with the RAGING BULL INDEX.  Including such trading favorites as Ford Motor (NYSE:F), NetFlix (NASDAQ:NFLX), and Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN).

TiVo: You've been Warned Comcast and Netflix (TIVO, CMCSA, NFLX)

TiVo Inc.

TiVo Inc. (NASDAQ:TIVO) is going to give Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) a run for their money.  TiVo is launching its new digital video recorders, the TiVo® Premiere and TiVo® Premiere XL that provide a better blend of broadcast and online content for $299 and $499.

Blockbuster Q4: More Losses and Possible Reverse Stock Split


Blockbuster Inc.'s (NYSE:BBI) Q4 2009 results are in and they aren't pretty, a net loss of $558 for all of 2009 and the company balked on providing a guidance.  A solution to keep the shares listed on the NYSE include considering a reverse stock split which will be voted upon by shareholders in May.

Netflix Going Up! (NASDAQ:NFLX)


Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) is the powerhouse of DVD rentals and streaming movies/television shows to your home.  They receive some competition by cable networks that provide on-demand type viewing, but their share price sure doesn’t seem to show it.

Blockbuster Inc. Becomes a Penny Stock (BBI)


Blockbuster Inc. (NYSE:BBI) shares are down 8% today and now trading for 75 cents.  In the last 5 years Blockbuster has lost its business to Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and its stock has dropped 91%.  Consumers are done with the be-kind rewind days and Wall Street is losing its love for BBI shares.

Move over Netflix, YouTube may Stream Rental Movies

Google and Youtube

Move over Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX), Google Inc's (NASDAQ:GOOG) YouTube is in talks with studios, including Lions Gate (LGF), Sony (SNE) and Warner Bros. (TWX), to stream newer movies for rental.

Netflix: Can the Good Times Really Keep Going?


Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) shares have been on tear since just before the start of year, but after rising to $50 last month, traders have been selling, cashing in on an incredible ride.  NFLX has gone from $18 to $50 since November 2008 and Monday shares closed at $39.60 -- is everyone including PC's Netflix sick?

Mark Wattles Favorite Part of a Book? Chapter 11


This isn't the good news people might think it is. So, I was going through some old news and found this (I forgot to write about it the first time).

Netflix (NFLX): A new world for video


TheStockAdvisors.com -- "There are always stocks that can buck the trend and go up when most others are going down; one such issue is Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX)," says Sean Broderick.

NetFlix Has 10 Million in Its Sights


For those wondering. NetFlix (NASDAQ:NFLX) has officially rendered Blockbuster (NYSE:BBI) irrelevant. The only question left now is how long Blockbuster stays in business.

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