I n December, I bought my first Netflix.

I’m glad I did.

It’s a smart investment: Netflix has been in a steady decline for years, and its market cap is around $2.5 trillion.

But it has been growing.

Netflix, which makes movies and shows like House of Cards, has become a critical part of our lives, a crucial tool for navigating our digital lives.

Netflix has also been a beneficiary of the financial crisis, and it has become one of the largest media companies in the world.

Now, the stock has taken a hit.

Its market cap has fallen by almost 50% since its peak in 2016.

That’s a real threat.

But the stock may be better positioned to survive the next few quarters.

Netflix has been hurt by an explosion in digital video, and a drop in the price of content.

Netflix’s stock price has fallen about 35% since it peaked in 2017, according to data from BTIG.

In the second half of 2018, Netflix’s market cap was $2,847 billion.

That makes it the fifth-largest company in the United States, behind Alphabet Inc., Amazon.com Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Disney Co. That could mean the company’s stock prices could go lower as investors see fewer ways to watch Netflix.

Netflix may be more likely to survive as it competes with rivals, like Amazon and Hulu, which have more money to invest in content.

Amazon is a better bet than Netflix for now, because it has more money and better relationships with content producers.

But Amazon is less profitable than Netflix, according the data from Bloomberg.

Amazon has been hit by an expansion of video and video streaming platforms that offer more and better features, like Prime Video and the service’s Free One-Day Shipping.

It’s not clear whether Netflix will survive.

But with its strong growth and strong profit margins, Netflix is an attractive investment.

The stock is currently trading at about $26.10.