Hastings Behavior Review I thought it necessary to once again rehash Hastings record of behavior that seems to be un noticed in the media and investment community.....
1) Colluded with WMT to conspire to corner DVD market that has resulted in a pending class action suit.
2) Hired actors at Canadian streaming launch to pose as enthusiastic fans of streaming.
3) Borrowed $200M in debt to buy back stock only to facilitate insiders and himself to sell their stock.
4) This is my opinion. Has over stated & mislead investors on the extent NFLX has streaming subs by portraying stats that 60% of subs stream 15 min or more rather than disclose paying streaming subs. The motivation here is grant NFLX a higher P/E than its peers like CSTR.
WHAT IS PRICE/VOLUME MANIPULATION CRIME?
WHO OWNS NETFLIX SCAM BUBBLE SHARES? WHO IS LENDING SHORT SHARES? WHO IS PLAYING MANIPULATION SQUEEZE SCAM? WHO IS WRITING FRAUD RESEARCH REPORTS AND WHO BENEFITS FROM THESE SCAM SEARCH REPORTS?
WHO LEND $200M DEBT TO READ HASTINGS AND FOR WHAT PURPOSE? WHY DID 5 BOARD OF DIRECTORS ALLOWED SUCH A SCAM BUY BACK WITH $200M DEBT? WHO MANAGED COOK BOOK SHARE COUNT FOR SCAM EARNINGS HYPE SCAM NUMBERS?
WHO PLANNED ALL SCAM NEWS SPINS FOR PUMPING SCAM BUBBLE?
As a convicted felon, Sam E. Antar, the former CFO for the now-defunct consumer-electronics chain Crazy Eddie, no doubt has regrets. Among them: he is no longer in the game at a time when corporate fraud is experiencing a resurgence. "If I were out of retirement today, I'd be bigger than Bernie Madoff," he boasts.
In conjunction with CEO Eddie Antar (his cousin), Sam Antar helped mastermind one of the largest corporate frauds in the 1980s, bilking investors and creditors out of hundreds of millions of dollars. Today, he makes a living lecturing about corporate fraud (and shorting the stocks of companies he thinks may have inflated earnings).
CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS AND HIS FRAUD STREET CRIME PARTNERS MORGAN STANLEY & GOLDMAN SACHS DUMPED MAJORITY OF THEIR SHARES FOR THE LOOT IN BILLIONS WITH SCAM BUBBLE CREATION AND MANIPULATION NOW WITH WEEKLY DERIVATIVES IS CRYSTAL CLEAR CRIME SCENE
ASK SEC CRIMINAL WATCH DOGS AT SEC: WHAT IS PRICE/VOLUME MANIPULATION CRIME? WHAT IS PUMP/DUMP SCAM WHAT IS INSIDER TRADING AND MISLEADING SCAM SPIN AND RUMOR PUMP/DUMP NEWS SPINS? ------------------------------- NETFLIX insider enrich scam is 100X bigger than MADOFF ponzi scam 2010= INSIDERS @NETFLIX LOOTED OVER $1BILLION+ RAPED BALANCE SHEET AND SLAPPED $200M DEBT FOR THE CRIME SCAM LOOT
More proof: White Collar crime Data
White-collar crimes cost the United States more than $300 billion annually according to the FBI.
NETFLIX DAY LIGHT ROBBERY CONTINUES=PROVES SEC/FINRA CRIMINAL WATCH DOGS IN THEIR POCKETS ------------ This is what I see from Criminal Greedy crook CEO DNA @NETFLIX=Biggest Ponzi scam since MADOFF --------------------------------- HERE IS LOOT IN BILLIONS WITH $200m DEBT SCAM BUBBLE AND BALANCE SHEET RAPED TO ZIPPO BY CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS AND HIS FRAUD STREET GANG
When I play Railroad Tycoon III, I often send my company deep into debt to get cash on hand to buy back shares, effectively increasing my ownership of the company as an absolute percentage. Then I issue massive DILUTION WITH FREE OPTION GRANT PRINTING PRESS or DIVIDENDS s until my company goes bankrupt, and start a new company.
It's a way to shuttle money borrowed against a company's assets into my personal bank account at no risk to me........become a BILLIONAIRE IN FEW YEARS
3. To Benefit Executives Many executives get the bulk of their compensation in the form of stock options. As a result, buybacks can serve a goal: as stock options are exercised, buyback programs absorb the excess stock and offset the dilution of existing share values and any potential reduction in earnings per share.
By mopping up extra stock and keeping EPS up, buybacks is a convenient way for executives to maximize their own wealth. It's a way for them to maintain the value of the shares and share options. Some executives may even be tempted to pursue share buybacks to boost the share price in the short term and then sell their shares. What's more, the big bonuses that CEOs get are often linked to share price gains and increased earnings per share, so they have an incentive to pursue buybacks even when there are better ways to spend the cash or when the shares are overvalued. (Learn more in the Pages From The Bad CEO Playbook.)