NFLX - Netflix, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
360.35
+5.61 (+1.58%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close 354.74
Open 355.00
Bid 360.15 x 800
Ask 360.25 x 800
Day's Range 351.64 - 360.40
52 Week Range 231.23 - 423.21
Volume 8,353,165
Avg. Volume 8,027,651
Market Cap 157.328B
Beta (3Y Monthly) 1.58
PE Ratio (TTM) 134.46
EPS (TTM) 2.68
Earnings Date Apr 15, 2019 - Apr 22, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date N/A
1y Target Est 383.63
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Netflix Added Nearly 10 Million Subscribers in 2019's First Quarter
    GOBankingRates yesterday

    Netflix Added Nearly 10 Million Subscribers in 2019's First Quarter

    Netflix continues to grow, having acquired 10 million more subscribers in the first quarter of 2019. According to the company, the U.S. was responsible for 1.74 million new subscribers, which surpassed expectations. Since Q1's end in 2018, paid subscriptions on Netflix have jumped 16%.

  • Netflix experiments with a random play button
    Engadget 9 hours ago

    Netflix experiments with a random play button

    Sometimes you just don't want to think. Who cares if it makes no narrative sense, let's just watch a random episode of your favorite show. For some Netflix users, they can throw caution to the wind.

  • Netflix to open a production hub in New York and invest up to $100 million in the city
    TechCrunch 22 hours ago

    Netflix to open a production hub in New York and invest up to $100 million in the city

    Netflix is coming to New York City in a big way. "New York has created a film-friendly environment that's home to some of the best creative and executive talent in the world, and we're excited to provide a place for them at Netflix with our production hub," said Jason Hariton, Director of Worldwide Studio Operations & Real Estate at Netflix, in a statement.

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    Disney+ Looks Ready to Take On Netflix

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  • Netflix Continues to Grow Subscribers Internationally
    Market Realist 6 hours ago

    Netflix Continues to Grow Subscribers Internationally

    Netflix Beats Analysts’ Q1 Estimates, Weak Guidance Disappoints(Continued from Prior Part)Netflix’s international subscriber additionsIn the first quarter, streaming giant Netflix (NFLX) added ~7.86 million international paid streaming members,

  • Why Netflix Anticipates Soft US Subscriber Growth
    Market Realist 7 hours ago

    Why Netflix Anticipates Soft US Subscriber Growth

    Netflix Beats Analysts’ Q1 Estimates, Weak Guidance Disappoints(Continued from Prior Part)Competition grows for Netflix Netflix (NFLX) has been struggling to grow its US paid subscriber base for several quarters. In the first quarter, Netflix

  • TheStreet.com 7 hours ago

    TV's Golden Age, or TV Overload? Battle for Dominance Has No Clear Winners

    TV+, consumers have more choice than ever in direct-to-consumer entertainment. The options for entertainment are so plentiful that for many TV fans, it's becoming too much of a good thing. "I plan to subscribe to the new challengers if they have content I want and if it is easy to unsubscribe when I'm done," said Arnold Valentino, a 36-year-old in the Bay Area who currently subscribes to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime.

  • Where Will Netflix Be in 5 Years?
    Motley Fool 8 hours ago

    Where Will Netflix Be in 5 Years?

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  • Could Netflix’s Strong Subscriber Additions Continue?
    Market Realist 9 hours ago

    Could Netflix’s Strong Subscriber Additions Continue?

    Netflix Beats Analysts’ Q1 Estimates, Weak Guidance Disappoints(Continued from Prior Part)Netflix’s subscribers Netflix’s (NFLX) first-quarter subscriber numbers, reported on April 16, were higher than expected. Netflix added 9.6 million paid

  • A $600 Million Investment Is about to Yield $1.4 Billion for AT&T
    Market Realist 9 hours ago

    A $600 Million Investment Is about to Yield $1.4 Billion for AT&T

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  • Should Comcast Sell Its Stake in Hulu to Disney?
    Market Realist 9 hours ago

    Should Comcast Sell Its Stake in Hulu to Disney?

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  • New Competition Won't Stop Netflix From Raising Its Prices
    Motley Fool 19 hours ago

    New Competition Won't Stop Netflix From Raising Its Prices

    Management doesn't think new big-name competitors will change much for the company.

  • Is Disney Spending Enough on Disney+ Original Content?
    Motley Fool 22 hours ago

    Is Disney Spending Enough on Disney+ Original Content?

    One analyst thinks the entertainment giant's plan will fall short of its subscriber goal.

  • Netflix’s continued growth potential lies overseas
    American City Business Journals 22 hours ago

    Netflix’s continued growth potential lies overseas

    The streaming giant owes its record subscriber growth in the first quarter to international markets, where the platform added nearly 8 million subscribers — up 31 percent.

  • Understanding Netflix’s Revenue Trends
    Market Realist 23 hours ago

    Understanding Netflix’s Revenue Trends

    Netflix Beats Analysts’ Q1 Estimates, Weak Guidance Disappoints(Continued from Prior Part)Netflix’s revenue trendsNetflix’s (NFLX) revenue grew 2.2% YoY (year-over-year) to $4.52 billion in the first quarter, beating Wall Street’s estimate

  • Why Netflix Is Still King of Content
    Market Realist yesterday

    Why Netflix Is Still King of Content

    The Latest on PINS, AAPL, IBM, and NFLX(Continued from Prior Part)Netflix has added an astonishing 18.4 million subscribers in the last two quartersVideo streaming giant Netflix (NFLX) continues to add more subscribers despite the looming threat of

  • Stocks Churn Amid Big Sector Swings; Qualcomm, UnitedHealth, Netflix, Union Pacific Are Key Weekly Movers
    Investor's Business Daily yesterday

    Stocks Churn Amid Big Sector Swings; Qualcomm, UnitedHealth, Netflix, Union Pacific Are Key Weekly Movers

    The stock market churned. A Qualcomm-Apple deal led chips. Medical stocks dived on UnitedHealth. Software names fell. Netflix subscriber guidance was light. Rail stocks rallied on earnings.

  • Associated Press yesterday

    Cuomo: Netflix expanding in NYC, adding jobs, sound stages

    Netflix will expand its operations in New York City, adding 127 jobs in its Manhattan marketing and development office and building six sounds stages in Brooklyn where thousands of productions jobs will be located, New York officials announced Thursday. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the San Jose, California-based entertainment video-streaming service will invest up to $100 million in the city by relocating from its Manhattan office to its new corporate offices in the city's Flatiron District and building the sounds stages in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood. "We're proud Netflix chose New York to grow its business, and we look forward to the jobs, economic activity and world-class productions this project will bring," Cuomo said in a statement.

  • Netflix Stock Drops despite Positive Q1 Results
    Market Realist yesterday

    Netflix Stock Drops despite Positive Q1 Results

    Netflix Beats Analysts’ Q1 Estimates, Weak Guidance DisappointsNetflix in Q1The world’s largest video streaming service provider, Netflix (NFLX), announced impressive first-quarter results after the closing bell on April 16, beating Wall

  • Netflix Earnings Fuel the Battle Over NFLX Stock
    InvestorPlace yesterday

    Netflix Earnings Fuel the Battle Over NFLX Stock

    Everyone should be happy with Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) earnings. Proponents and skeptics alike should see the report as confirming their case. The trading in Netflix stock seems to reflect that: NFLX has moved around, but as of this writing is down just 1% after gaining 3% heading into the release.Source: Vivian D Nguyen via Flickr (Modified)I personally have taken both sides of the trade. I called Netflix stock the best contrarian bet in tech during the market-wide selloff late last year. And I backed off that call in February, after a big bounce and amid rising competition.The Q1 report isn't enough to move me strongly into either the bull or bear camp. And I suspect that will be true for those investors who more ardently have chosen a side.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips The Netflix Earnings NumbersFundamentally, Q1 looks like a "good news, bad news" type of quarter. Overall, results were excellent. Adjusted earnings per share of 76 cents came in 19 cents ahead of consensus. Revenue of $4.52 billion snuck just ahead of the average estimate of $4.5 billion. * 7 Stocks to Buy for Spring Season Growth Guidance for the second quarter, however, was a bit disappointing. Particularly, Q2 EPS was well below expectations, with the company targeting 55 cents against consensus of 99 cents.The same Q1/Q2 split is seen in the subscriber figures, which I've long argued remain the most important metric here. Q1 figures were impressive: Netflix picked up a record 9.6 million subscribers worldwide, exceeding consensus expectations for both U.S. and international growth. In turn, Q2 numbers look somewhat disappointing: subscriber adds in the five million range would actually slow year-over-year, and are about half a million shy of Wall Street estimates.Overall, the first half -- assuming guidance is reasonably correct -- looks to be about what should have been expected. The question is whether that's a good thing for Netflix stock. Shares, after all, have gained 34% this year. Everybody Wins With NFLX StockWith a balanced set of pros and cons, traders from all angles are eager to digest the earnings data.Bulls on Netflix stock will see the report as confirming their thesis that Netflix can, and will, dominate media worldwide. Again, the company added almost 10 million subscribers in just three months. In the seemingly saturated U.S. market, NFLX picked up another 1.74 million subscribers, net. AT&T (NYSE:T) unit DirecTV Now closed 2018 with 1.4 million subscribers, total.Q2 profit margins do look disappointing, but the company reiterated a healthy 13% operating margin target for the year. And as the shareholder letter noted, the company still is working through price increases not just in the U.S., but Brazil, Mexico and some European countries.Those increases clearly aren't slowing subscriber growth, let alone shareholder numbers. Ultimately, they should help margins further in coming quarters.Netflix bears have some ammunition as well. Competition is on the way, most notably from Disney (NYSE:DIS), whose launch of a new (cheap) streaming service was well-received last week. Disney now has majority ownership of Hulu as well, while Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) still lurks.Subscriber growth for Q2 is disappointing. The 13% operating margin target requires improvement in the second half. And as bears like to point out, Netflix is burning cash as it develops its content. In fact, the company raised its cash burn target for the year by $500 million, to roughly $3.5 billion.Against a $157 billion market capitalization, that cash burn seems dangerous, to say the least. It suggests that Netflix is buying its subscriber growth. When that "opportunity" fades -- perhaps with help from Disney and Hulu -- its user base will start to shrink. That might spell trouble for NFLX stock. On the Sidelines With Netflix StockFrom here, the report simply isn't quite enough to materially change the case for NFLX. The arguments about cash flow seem somewhat short-sighted: Netflix is investing in content that will pay off for years to come, and simply paying the cost upfront.Plus, near-term cash flow would be much stronger were it just to license content from Disney, AT&T's WarnerMedia and Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) unit NBCUniversal, and other providers. But the long-term costs would be higher: Netflix would be paying licensee fees in 2026 and 2032 that it won't have to on its own content.However, valuation here is intense.Even with Disney stock soaring of late, Netflix's market cap is about two-thirds that of its ostensible rival. NFLX stock trades at 57x 2020 EPS estimates. It's not cheap, or even close. And we saw in Q4 how NFLX responds if market fears rise.Netflix is an interesting investment, and I see the story as likely to hold for the long-term. But price matters, and unless its earnings wind up leading to a larger decline, Q1 results weren't enough to make Netflix stock compelling just yet.As of this writing, Vince Martin has no positions in any securities mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Stocks to Buy for Spring Season Growth * This Is How You Beat Back a Bear Market * 7 Dental Stocks to Buy That Will Make You Smile Compare Brokers The post Netflix Earnings Fuel the Battle Over NFLX Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Netflix's Earnings Call: Don't Miss These Must-See Quotes
    Motley Fool yesterday

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