$FUBO I shared this in a comment, but dropping here .. Amazon started in 1994 and didn't make a profit until 2003. If we flashback to 2020, 1 in 5 money-losing companies were up 100% or more on their stock price. (Tesla +420%, Peloton +348%, Overstock +1000%). This idea that $FUBO sucks because they're not profitable is rediculous. The rev/cost trajectory shows they are getting there. Building an ecosystem, acquisitions, creating an entirely new category... That takes investment. New revenue streams are kicking in and renegotiated contracts (better costs) will be coming up. Not only will they be profitable, but it is going to accelerate even more in the next 1-2 ER's.