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Magnite, Inc.: Investors Should Take A Cautious Approach

Magnite, Inc. is an emerging global player in the highly dynamic ad tech realm, which primarily offers a sell-side platform to its clients. Based on my analysis of Magnite, Inc. (NASDAQ:MGNI), I am fairly confident that the stock is a hold. It does hold a mixed profile, but its risks and obstacles make me hesitant to call the stock a buy. On the other hand, its clear improvement, and strategic positioning indicates to me that the stock is setting itself up for some big wins in the long-term future. However, the lack of certainty about this growth trajectory compels me to take a cautious approach and suggest a hold on MGNI.
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Missed Out on Netflix? 2 Monster Growth Stocks to Buy Now and Hold

Walt Disney is set to launch an ad-supported streaming service, and Netflix may follow suit. Roku and The Trade Desk are well-positioned to capitalize on growing CTV ad spend. You’re reading a free article with opinions that may differ from The Motley Fool’s Premium Investing Services. Become a Motley Fool member today to get instant access to our top analyst recommendations, in-depth research, investing resources, and more. Learn More.
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Billboard Music Awards live stream: how to watch the 2022 BBMAs online from anywhere

Some of the biggest names from the world of pop will hit the stage in Las Vegas on Sunday for the 2022 Billboard Music Awards. Lined up to perform at this year's ceremony at the MGM Grand Garden Arena are Silk Sonic, Ed Sheeran, Burna Boy, Miranda Lambert, Florence + The Machine, Megan Thee Stallion, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Follow our guide below as we explain how to watch a Billboard Music Awards live stream online wherever you are.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Children Ruin Everything’ On Roku Channel, Where A Couple Tries To Recapture The Fun Side They Had Before They Had Kids

Earlier this year, Children Ruin Everything was a hit sitcom on Canada’s CTV, and Roku decided to not only pick up the first season to show on their free, ad-based service, but they’ve decided to produce a second season as well. After a look at the first episode, it looks like they made a good investment. CHILDREN RUIN EVERYTHING: STREAM IT OR SKIP IT? Opening Shot: We hear echoes of voices of kids fighting with each other. Then we hear the voices for real as a man wakes up in his daughter’s bed, a huge wet spot next to him. The Gist: Astrid (Meaghan...
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