Letter # 84 | 26 April 2022 |
Lose a few customers that used to pay a few dollars a month, and your company has suddenly lost USD200 billion in market cap (down 70%). By now, you must have read all there is to read about the Netflix saga, but today, I give the math around this seemingly crazy move. Change only a few assumptions, and it all starts making sense.
Stranger still, is what we find when we run a similar exercise on a few Indian companies (in sectors one wouldn’t have normally considered checking). Read here: https://tinyurl.com/3hvjbtzn
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