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Best Streaming War Stocks to Buy

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Hey everybody, Dave Bartosiak with Trending Stocks at We always knew that cutting the cord from our cable companies would eventually lead to us spending twice as much subscribing to various streaming services. This has led to a land-grab of epic proportions in the streaming space. These platforms are pooling together content, bidding on streaming rights like cable stations used to do in the good old days. The difference? Now we get to pay $15 a piece to like 13 streaming services instead of just forking it over for Comcast (CMCSA - Free Report) for HBO and Showtime.

Disney (DIS - Free Report) has been the most aggressive with its Disney+ platform recently. On Tuesday, the company announced a deal with NFL Media to bring NFL Network and NFL Redzone to Hulu. Then, last night Disney signed a deal with Sony Pictures to bring Sony’s (SONY - Free Report) titles to Disney+. The deal covers theatrical releases from 2022 to 2026 and begins for each film following Netflix’s (NFLX - Free Report) Pay 1 TV Window. That means about 9 months after their theatrical run, you’ll be able to stream these movies from your couch. If you thought the streaming wars were rough a few years ago, it’s all out WW3 now.

Let’s take a look and see which of the streaming giants have the best earnings profiles…

Disney (DIS - Free Report) Zacks Rank #3 (Hold)

Netflix (NFLX - Free Report) Zacks Rank #3 (Hold)

Sony (SONY - Free Report) Zacks Rank #3 (Hold)

Fox (FOXA - Free Report) Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy)

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