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  • blutribe27 blutribe27 Aug 12, 2009 11:25 AM Flag

    News! Heavy Insider SELLING at NFLX in last 2 weeks..

    Trend : Insider selling by executives at NFLX recently...

    Netflix Inc. (NFLX) CEO Reed Hastings sells 10,000 Shares
    Buzz up!

    Aug. 06, 2009

    Recent Trades of Netflix Inc. by CEO:


    Sell: CEO Reed Hastings sold 10,000 shares of NFLX stock on 07/30/2009 at the average price of $42.57; the price of the stock has increased by 2.18% since.

    Sell: CEO Reed Hastings sold 10,000 more shares of NFLX stock on 07/23/2009 at the average price of $45.86; the price of the stock has decreased by 5.15% since.

    Sell: CEO Reed Hastings sold 10,000 more shares of NFLX stock on 07/16/2009 at the average price of $43.8; the price of the stock has decreased by 0.68% since.

    Sell: CEO Reed Hastings sold 10,000 more shares of NFLX stock on 07/09/2009 at the average price of $39.31; the price of the stock has increased by 10.66% since.

    Sell: CEO Reed Hastings sold 10,000 more shares of NFLX stock on 07/09/2009 at the average price of $39.31; the price of the stock has increased by 10.66% since.


    Recent Trades of Netflix Inc. by CFO:


    Sell: CFO Barry Mccarthy sold 5,597 shares of NFLX stock on 07/28/2009 at the average price of $40.89; the price of the stock has increased by 6.38% since.

    Sell: CFO Barry Mccarthy sold 5,597 more shares of NFLX stock on 04/28/2009 at the average price of $45.76; the price of the stock has decreased by 4.94% since.

    Sell: CFO Barry Mccarthy sold 30,000 more shares of NFLX stock on 04/13/2009 at the average price of $50; the price of the stock has decreased by 13% since.

    Sell: CFO Barry Mccarthy sold 5,035 more shares of NFLX stock on 03/16/2009 at the average price of $40; the price of the stock has increased by 8.75% since.

    Sell: CFO Barry Mccarthy sold 57,384 more shares of NFLX stock on 03/13/2009 at the average price of $40; the price of the stock has increased by 8.75% since.


    Recent Trades of Netflix Inc. by Directors and Officers:


    Sell: Chief Product Officer Neil D Hunt sold 6,000 shares of NFLX stock on 08/03/2009 at the average price of $44.38; the price of the stock has decreased by 1.98% since.

    Sell: Chief Talent Officer Patricia J Mccord sold 6,140 shares of NFLX stock on 07/27/2009 at the average price of $42.11; the price of the stock has increased by 3.3% since.

    Sell: Chief Product Officer Neil D Hunt sold 6,000 shares of NFLX stock on 07/01/2009 at the average price of $41.58; the price of the stock has increased by 4.62% since.

    Sell: Chief Product Officer Neil D Hunt sold 6,000 more shares of NFLX stock on 07/01/2009 at the average price of $41.58; the price of the stock has increased by 4.62% since.

    Sell: Chief Product Officer Neil D Hunt sold 6,000 more shares of NFLX stock on 06/02/2009 at the average price of $40.44; the price of the stock has increased by 7.57% since.

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    • The sky is not falling. Look into this a bit before you make statements.

      Hastings still has 1.8 MILLION shares of stock left. So he sells his options when he exercises them. Wouldn't you diversify your portfolio too? You would if you are smart and Hastings is smart.

      The others you mention are just selling options they have been granted and exercised.
      McCarthy has about 50K left and is just seling his options that he has exercised.
      Hunt has 70K shares left. Again, simply selling options exercised.
      McCord has 10K shares left and sold exercised shares.

      Tell me again why ANYONE would worry about this?

      These people are doing a great job and are being compensated for it with options. They sell them to either diversify their portfolios or maybe just go buy an island or something. Whatever they are doing, it is of NO CONCERN.

    • these guys are selling like there is no tomorrow -- many of them are directors and high level executives. the insider selling in NFLX is obscene. and now the company has a buyback in place? doesn't make a lot of sense. why would the company be buying back stock while the insiders are selling like crazy? there should be a rule that when there is a buyback in effect, NO insider can sell a SINGLE share.

      • 1 Reply to kinspifopula
      • Some posters seem to lack knowledge abbout buy backs of co. stock.

        These announcements are made to hold current investors in the stock while
        big traders establish large short positions and scare out little short traders.
        The announcement of a buyback usually has a long time frame and doesn't
        mean the buyback is going to happen anytime soon. This is a way the company
        can position itself when a hard selloff occurs and be legal about buying back cheap.
        Keep observing the stock over the next 90 days to tax selling time and veriy

 
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