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One quick glance at my credit card statement, and I was ready to panic.
All I saw was a ton of small charges that I didn’t remember swiping for: $13, $7, $61, $15, $11…
After all, with the pandemic, I haven’t been leaving my apartment much at all. So, where was I making all these purchases?
When I took a closer look, though, I realized all those charges were mine. And they were all for just one thing: TV streaming services.
It doesn’t seem like a lot at first. But a year ago, I was paying only $13 a month for just Netflix. Now, after adding Disney+, Hulu, HBO Max and Showtime, it’s run up a total of over $100.
Still, I’m happy with my decision to add them. Since I’m spending more and more time at home, they give me a lot of content to fill my time with. I can pretty much watch anything I want, anytime and anywhere.
And this kind of convenience isn’t just helping streaming become a huge trend. It’s also the tail wind powering a similar, even bigger market worth $158 billion — one that you can make profits on today.
Collect Money Like Clockwork
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