Thursday, Apr 28th 2022
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1) Meta Platforms shares surge after quarterly report is better-than-feared as earnings volatility continues
Titan’s Takeaway: Shares of Meta gained as much as 18% in after hours trading on Wednesday, a sign of how negative sentiment had become towards the stock ahead of these results. With Reels monetization a priority in coming quarters and the growth of metaverse-related investments steadying, a messy and uncertain Meta Platforms investment story has gotten incrementally easier for investors to grok.
2) Spotify CEO says company is “vastly different” from Netflix as companies try to write new narratives amid streaming upheaval
Titan’s Takeaway: As the “aggregator economy” matured through the 2010s, companies became verbs and these comparisons were used to flatter new entrants — “The Netflix of X,” “Uber for Y,” and so on. To hear Spotify executives explicitly tell investors they are not like Netflix shows just how different the landscape is as this new economic cycle continues to take shape.
3) Robinhood announces layoffs amid “hyper growth” phase ending as markets come down from Covid-era frenzy
Titan’s Takeaway: Like many companies, Robinhood saw explosive growth during the peak of the pandemic and is being forced to make hard choices as behaviors across the economy normalize. We suspect HOOD will be far from the last company to make a similar announcement in the months ahead.
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