Sean Stannard-Stockton Discusses Netflix’s Quarter on CNBC

25 April 2019 | by Ensemble Capital

Last week, Ensemble Capital’s CIO Sean Stannard-Stockton appeared on CNBC with his take on Netflix’s latest earnings report. During the interview, Sean also explained why we think Disney’s upcoming streaming service won’t be a significant competitor to Netflix despite likely being a big success for Disney.

 

Netflix had a ‘perfectly good’ quarter, investor says from CNBC.

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