That Netflix announced a blow-out number is pretty much undisputed after the company's earnings event a couple of days ago.Along with blow-out numbers, investors saw almost-universal upwards revisions along with price target bumps higher in reaction from most Wall Street analysts.The day after the e
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Chinese stocks have had a good to great year thus far despite the shedding of copious tears, noisy shouting and screaming from the roof-tops and sweaty-palmed hand-wringing by the darksiders.Many of the names are up 2x compared to the Nasdaq , where most of the best and biggest Chinese companies tra
On the morning of August 22, Momo, one of the Chinese online social media companies, reported Q2:17 earnings of $0.35 per share on revenues of $312 million. Wall Street had been expecting earnings of $0.31 per share on revenues of $286 million going into the reporting event. The company said that it
By all measures, China's YY Inc. has enjoyed a spectacular year. The leading online social entertainment/live streaming platform company in China has seen its shares jump almost 60% year-to-date, handily beating the technology-heavy Nasdaq which is up 22% thus far in 2017.The Street expects the comp
A few months ago, it seemed like everyone and their dog were rabidly criticizing Netflix for their content spend plan. It was incessant and it was loud and extremely noisy. The phrase, "empty vessels make the most noise," was most apt at the time and probably still applies.Since then, not only has N