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The market may have some answers post-Fed decision, but things are still on edge.
More regulations and requirements are being released for the CHIPS Act that semiconductor investors might want to know about.
Over the last 12 months, Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) shares have fallen 14%. While the stock is still higher than its May 2022 low point of $177 per share, the company faces a number of headwinds -- not least of which is increasing competition from subscription video on demand (SVOD) rivals. Let's break it down and determine if Netflix is buy-worthy today.