over a year ago at Macroaxis 
By Nathan Young

As cable companies struggle to retain and grow their customer base, Netflix continues to take market share as people cut the cords in favor of an inexpensive alternative. This company has done well with growing and they have done this by adding original content and streaming more content in general. However, people were wondering if they would take the road of Twitter and others in streaming live content such as sports, but the company stated they were not interested in that avenue at this time. Going forward, Netflix has to adapt to peoples taste and understand what people want.

 fundamentals entertainment   netflix consumer cyclical media - diversified
Wynn Resorts Limited
  over a year ago at Macroaxis 
By Nathan Young

Wynn Resorts is a resort company that also deals in the casino industry, with one of their most notable buildings located in Las Vegas, Nevada. Their recent numbers and recent actions have pulled the company off the lows and as pushed the stock higher. When you are looking at stocks and companies in this industry, you have to keep in mind people are spending money they can afford to part with. If the economy decides to slow and people get scared, these are one of the first industries to feel the strain.

 fundamentals entertainment   wynn resorts consumer hotels travel and leisure consumer cyclical resorts & casinos
Goodyear Tire
  over a year ago at Macroaxis 
By Nathan Young

If you have ever been to an automotive shop or worked near a car, then you likely will have heard of the Goodyear tire brand. Not only in those situations, but if you follow NASCAR or see their commercials, you will know they heavily involved with the auto industry in the United States and the world. When you take a step back and think about it, everyone will need tires for the foreseeable future, which means the market will never go away, but it may come and go in waves as tires age and need replacing. Similar to health care and other fields, we will need these products and services for years to come.

 fundamentals cars   goodyear tire consumer cyclical rubber & plastics automobiles and trucks
  over a year ago at Macroaxis 
By Nathan Young

If you have been near a Starbucks, seen a television advertisement, or at the very least hopped onto social media, then you probably know the latest craze of the unicorn drink that is sweeping the nation. With the purple, pink, and blue colors, the drink is aesthetically pleasing but the reviews for taste come in mixed. However, none of this matter for the one single reason is that everyone is talking about the company and their name is spread high and low. This is a marketers best case scenario as sure, the product may be alright, but we know Starbucks sells other beverages we all know of.

 fundamentals food   starbucks consumer restaurants consumer cyclical
Under Armour
  over a year ago at Macroaxis 
By Nathan Young

With as many clothing lines as there are, the competition is fierce. Not only in clothing, but accessories as well, with watches and other health indicators. This company is fairly new to the game, but they have been able to stand out among the rest and become one of the most recognizable names in athletic wear. With their recent numbers, they were able to cut losses which was a positive sign for investors. As the sporting industry continues to evolve, there certainly is growth potential.

 fundamentals retail   under armour consumer sports equipment manufacturers and retailers consumer cyclical apparel manufacturing
Cisco Systems
  over a year ago at Macroaxis 
By Nathan Young

Cisco is a well known company in the technology field and can be noted for simple items such as wireless internet routers, all the way to commercial servers and other networking tools. When a company is heavily vested in the technology sector, the one aspect they are always fighting is time. The reason for that is technology changes almost daily and there is always a newer and greater invention and creation to use.

 fundamentals technology   cisco systems communication equipment computers
Dr Pepper Snapple
  over a year ago at Macroaxis 
By Nathan Young

Dr. Pepper is a company that as many of us know, produces soda and other beverages for our consumption. Some of their main competitors are the obvious choices of Pepsi and Coca Cola. The company recently came out with their numbers are they were a miss, causing the stock price to fall. Of course when a company reports less than desired numbers, peoples instant reaction is to sell the stock. Conversely, if the stock beats, people pile into the equity. It is important to look at all the company’s numbers to understand if this was just a blip on the radar or an indication of a larger issue.

 fundamentals food   dr pepper consumer beverage manufacturers consumer defensive
Procter Gamble
  over a year ago at Macroaxis 
By Nathan Young

Procter & Gamble, or simply P&G, produces many products that we rely on daily and some products we may not even know. The company posted numbers recently and they were roughly in line with what the street was expecting. When a company is around what investors are expecting, that is good news in the eyes of many. Of course you want a company to beat, but most of the time, no news is good news.

 fundamentals services   procter gamble consumer defensive household & personal products consumer goods
T Mobile US
  over a year ago at Macroaxis 
By Nathan Young

If you have looked at the news most recently, you will notice that T Mobile is on the move as they continue to aggressively grow and market, taking valuable market share away from Verizon and company. They previously went to an all unlimited plan and that received push back, but they slowly got people to accept the new way and grow their client base. Going forward, they have a strong case of contending, but as they grow they appeal more and more to potential buyers.

 fundamentals technology   t mobile telecommunications diversified telecommunications communication services telecom services
Home Depot
  over a year ago at Macroaxis 
By Nathan Young

Since the lows of the great recession, The Home Depot has rallied and continued to provide investors with great returns. With the Spring season upon us, many people head outside and discover they need new improvements around the house and head out to find a solution, and this is where the company is set to capitalize. Many of the locations offer small classes and educational demonstrations to help people fix and update things themselves. Not only that, they offer help in locating the best items for the job. The reason I say this is not everyone is a hands on type of person so customer service in this area is key.

 fundamentals retail   home depot consumer cyclical home improvement stores

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