Wednesday, May 8, 2024

#Netflix Review $NFLX - Follow the Invisible Hand

Netflix Review
Short-term price fluctuations do not influence long-term trends, cycles, and profitability. The majority, guided by price trends and emotions, concentrate on short-term trading noise rather than cyclical trends of price, time, and energy. This focus creates confusion, frustration, missed chances, and typically leaves them holding the bag during trend shifts. Investors can sidestep this pattern by embracing the Evolution of the Trade and aligning with the minority.

Netflix's trend, revealed by trends of price, leverage, and time, are defined and discussed in The Matrix for subscribers.

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The Economy & Stocks Report, a series of videos, extends the discussion for stocks.

The majority follows opinions rather than the invisible hand. Experience teaches that Wall Street isn't any better. It sells endless static narratives that help the public assume the role of bag holders of trend transitions. Inverse Cramer, a meme widely circulated on social media, reflects this concept.

Netflix $NFLX, a key component of the popular FAANG group found in the TrendsCo, follows and moves through the Evolution of the Trade like every other asset in the Matrix. The computer tracks Flips in Progress (Fip), Flips, Reset (R) of the composite trend, and Primary Trend Decline for subscribers (see Understanding of the Matrix for further discussion).

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