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Netflix, Inc. (NFLX)

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  • B
    NFLX is about to unleash a ton of new content bound up from the pandemic, add a gaming platform, expand on existing hits, have merchandise sales take off, and is still at the beginning of global expansion. I wouldn't bet against them now.
  • B
    From NFLX letter to shareholders:

    We are still quite small, with a lot of opportunity for growth; in our largest and most penetrated market, according to Nielsen, we are still less than 10% of US television screen time. Our approach as always is to improve our service as quickly as we can so that we can earn a greater share of people’s time.
  • g
    The PE dropped even with the big price gains. That’s what happens when earnings more than double every 2 years.
  • T
    If you had invested $1,000 in Netflix on Oct. 19, 2011 at a share price of $15.63, the market value of your shares would be $40,430 today, reflecting a return of more than 3,900%, according to CNBC calculations. In contrast, a $1,000 investment in the S&P 500 index would have seen a 356.8% return over the same time period and would be worth about $4,568.

    Over the same time period, Netflix’s market cap increased from $5.7 billion to $279 billion as of Wednesday morning.
  • g
    The market will try its best to make you sell your shares. Thumbs up to the ones who didn’t.
  • L
    How come inflation has sky rocketed in the last 10 months?
  • b
    updated price targets:
    Netflix price target raised to $800 from $700 at Wells Fargo, overweight
    Netflix price target raised to $750 from $705 at JPMorgan, overweight
    Netflix price target raised to $750 from $650 at Canaccord, BUY
    Netflix price target raised to $750 from $700 at Pivotal Research, BUY
    Netflix price target raised to $750 from $620 at Oppenheimer, outperform
    Netflix retiterated Overweight with a $740 price target at Credit Suisse
    Netflix price target raised to $730 from $650 at Monness Crespi, BUY
    Netflix price target raised to $706 from $625 at Wolfe Research,outperform
    Netflix retiterated Overweight with a $705 price target at Piper Sandler
    Netflix price target raised to $700 from $675 at Morgan Stanley, overweight
  • J
    How did those puts work out for you guys? You like giving the hedge funds your money! You could have just sold off a little neflix.
  • g
    Congrats to all longs. im thinking of selling 5 shares 664 or now where i double,,,and holing remaining 5 for my future any thoughts
  • g
    Analysts continue to revise earnings estimates higher. It’s a very, very good sign that Netflix will continue making new highs.
  • B
    Big O
    $HOOD conversation
    I'm hearin rumblings about a possible $AMC $NFLX merger is the announcement AA has?
  • h
    NFLX looks like it is about to drop. Be careful guys. I have been reading and their stocks have been doing way better.
  • T
    All time highs. Upside risk 5 percent. Downside risk 40 percent. Keep buying 30 cent calls.
  • T
    Earnings are always a mess. Risk to reward just isn’t there to hold thru it. Might as well sell and buy back after the numbers. Reward is $10…risk is $75. Just not worth it. Let’s see if it bucks it today, but holding just about any tech stock thru earnings is just not a risk to reward justification.
  • B
    I urge people to read NFLX letter to shareholders, along with watching the Q3 earnings interview with corporate leadership. What is clear is that they are very bullish on the future and have multiple irons in the fire. Their strategy to grow NFLX internationally by creating local content is paying off big time.
  • g
    Earning report just in eps 2.99 higher than the 2.65 est!!! 685$ tmrw opening
  • G
    The big problem for all streamers (Netflix included) is that Netflix created a foundation where talent and content costs are massive due to huge unnecessary paychecks given out too easily and monthly subscription costs being too low. Viewers have now been trained to pay small amounts for streaming. This is the game Netflix and Wall Street created by making it all about sub numbers and nothing else for too many years. How many subs does it take to offset paying a stand up comic 20 million for an hour? Or paying a show creator hundreds of millions of dollars for the hope that one show becomes a hit? Yes, Squid Game is a hit. Great. Every streamer has hits. Look at Ted Lasso. Huge name recognition in lightning fast time. But it's on Apple which is TINY. So anybody can make a hit show now and then. But what's the big catalyst that takes Netflix to $700 or more? From here on out, it just seems like there's not a lot to get excited about in terms of the actual business.
  • T
    37 point move in 2 days. On nothing. Just cause they want to. wait i bought 40k worth of puts. And they think i am a rookie. That will bail with 15k loss. Wow.
  • B
    Great time to enter into a short position. I like NFLX and I am a customer but this is overpriced.
  • r
    rob b
    Is there any company in the history of trading that has
    accumulated 18 billion plus in debt as fast as NFLX?