The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit an all-time high shortly after the opening bell, but struggled to push further into …
The animals. The animals. A Netflix bull and bear discuss what they think is next for the stock. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of Paul R. La Monica. Other than Time Warner, the parent of CNNMoney, Abbott …
Shares of Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) rallied more than 2 percent Tuesday in extended-hours trading after the video-streaming service announced it has approved a seven-for-one stock split. Netflix, which has a market value of $41 …
Just a few weeks ago, Netflix's stock looked about as unstoppable as Frank Underwood on "House of Cards." But the stock has fallen nearly 15% since Netflix's popular political drama returned for its third season on February 27. One …
The Netflix stock split will take place tomorrow (Wednesday, July 15). It's a 7-for-1 stock split, which means shareholders of record as of July 2 will receive six shares of Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) for every one they previously owned. Ahead …
To justify the valuation, earnings growth must rapidly accelerate. Investors should consider the assumptions of their investment. Best-case scenario results in mid single-digit returns in the long run. I believe for the reasons below that …
(Note: The author of this fundamental analysis is a financial writer and portfolio manager. He and his clients own shares of NFLX.) Since surging following its second-quarter results, Netflix Inc. (NFLX) shares have been anything but spectacular.
"The scale advantage of Netflix relative to other so-called competitors is huge," writes one analyst after the company exceeds quarterly earnings and subscriber expectations. Netflix's stock hit an all-time high Tuesday after Wall Street …
Netflix stock tumbled as much as 24 percent Thursday morning, a day after the company announced it had added far fewer subscribers in its latest quarter than predicted. Shares of the stock first plummeted in after-hours trading …
For the next few years, at least, Netflix says it’s going to keep burning cash and raising debt as it focuses on content acquisition and international growth — instead of profits. And investors are cheering wildly over its Amazon-like plan to …