Netflix’s titles have grown by 4,000%, the largest increase among the Fortune 500 companies. It surpasses all other giants in the field of technology.
When investors reward innovation. Netflix is a pioneer and leader in the SVOD market, with its business growing by 4,000% over a decade. None of the companies in the S & P 500 (the 500 largest companies listed in the US) performed better.
Netflix is even far ahead of all other companies, and the second fastest growing company is MarketAxess Holdings, which accounts for 2600%. But it is evolving in the financial sector, which has become accustomed to this performance.
House of Cards Detonator
By comparison, the stocks of companies comparable to Netflix in the services and communications industry jumped about 60%, while the combined S & P 500 index rose 190% over the same period. It looks like the term “outperform” was coined for Los Gatos.
Even stock market champions Apple, Amazon and Disney performed even worse, rising 862%, 1,289% and 251%, respectively. As Bloomberg pointed out, it’s surprising that this boom started with the release of House of Cards in 2013. The series is indeed the first major production produced by Netflix.
She shows that the company is not only a SVOD service, but also a true content creator. So far, film heavyweights like Martin Scorcese, Alfonso Cuarón or Michael Bay are now making films for the platform.
166 million subscribers
Of course, the service has fulfilled its customer recruitment commitments, from 45 million subscribers in 2013 to 166 million subscribers in the third quarter of 2019.
Still, 2020 will be the year when Netflix faces all risks. The game looks tough. If we also consider services available only in the United States, it will have to face Peacock (NBC Universal), HBO Max, Apple TV + and especially Disney +, which will be launched globally. One year.