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These days, many of us are relaxing in our homes' comfort, streaming good movies, documentaries, and music on our favorite streaming platform. The streaming service has changed our world. From learning something new to streaming video games online to listening to our favorite book or podcast show, that's all possible because of the rise of streaming. Thinking about that, we are excited to introduce our most recent list of stocks: the Streaming War collection.
The Streaming War is one of the most talked-about stock market wars we may have seen in our lifetime as stock market investors. Why would you only stream your entertainment and keep paying the likes of Netflix a monthly subscription if you can profit from it by picking up a few shares?
What does the term Streaming War mean?
The term was invented to define the heated battle between different streaming services for your attention and wallet. Streaming platforms are frequently signing new deals with producers, developing original content, and investing in the new segments of the markets such as music, video, podcasts, and video games to keep you hooked. This competition is so intense that even powerful TV providers are rethinking their business model. Such a competition resembles a flown-blown war, and like any war, there would be winners and losers. As stock market investors, we all need a powerful research tool to find the winners and dodge the losers easily.
We started our research by identifying the direct streaming services, including pure-play streaming platforms or traditional TV operations that also offer a streaming option. From there, we expanded the investigation to companies that provide software services for streaming. We did it because the winners of this new market are the streaming service companies and all the companies that develop the technology to make a better, faster, or more reliable streaming experience. We then repeated the research for various streaming segments such as video content, audio, video games, music, and books. In the end, we summarized the world of Streaming War into these subsegments:
The result of our research is the Streaming Wars collection on the Featured tab. In this collection, you will find 77 companies that are revolutionizing the scene in the areas of video, video-on-demand, subscription services, audiobooks, podcasts, songs, and much more.
Don't forget that investing in several streaming stocks means investing in relatively overvalued shares. When there is hype, there is excitement, which typically leads to overvalued stocks. We'd recommend you use the Streaming Wars list of stocks as your starting point and use filters to narrow down the list to a sub-segment of stocks that are worth adding to your watchlist.