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  • singhlion2001 singhlion2001 Oct 24, 2012 5:58 PM Flag

    MF REED HASTINGS FRAUD HYPE SUBSCRIBER NUMBERS AND FRAUD STREET CRIMINAL CROOK ANALYSTS AND THEIR FRAUD RESEARCH REPORTS WITH FRAUD ESTIMATES AND SCAM BUBBLE TARGETS FOR LOOT IN BILLIONS: ONLY POSSIBLE IN USA FRAUD STREET CASINO

    MF REED HASTINGS FRAUD HYPE SUBSCRIBER NUMBERS AND FRAUD STREET CRIMINAL CROOK ANALYSTS AND THEIR FRAUD RESEARCH REPORTS WITH FRAUD ESTIMATES AND SCAM BUBBLE TARGETS FOR LOOT IN BILLIONS: ONLY POSSIBLE IN USA FRAUD STREET CASINO
    When Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX ) reported third-quarter results last night, all eyes were on one metric: Subscriber growth.

    Management said we'd see about 1.4 million fresh domestic streaming subscribers this quarter, give or take 400,000. Analysts came up with a consensus estimate of 1.43 million, just above the guidance midpoint. The numbers are in, and at 1.16 million new U.S. streamers, it's within the original guidance range, but at the lower end.

    This makes it nigh-on impossible to deliver 7 million new accounts in 2012, as CEO Reed Hastings predicted at the start of the year. Updated guidance for the year-end quarter points to 5.7 million additions -- at best.
    The London Olympics turned out to reduce subscriber additions this quarter, just as Hastings had expected. Furthermore, Netflix is running into more so-called involuntary churn these days -- customers who might like to continue their service but their credit card charges don't get approved. That's because Netflix is becoming more "mainstream" while broadband Internet connections become more ubiquitous, which adds up to exposing the company to lower-quality customers.

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    "Every subsequent quarter has the potential to intensify the competitive risks," said Wible, who cut his price target to $48 from $53. He rates Netflix "neutral."

    Other analysts reduced targets by around $5 to between $48 and $65. BMO Capital Markets slashed $22 off its target to bring it in line with the top of that range.

    Wible pointed to a possible rival product from Apple Inc and the expected fourth-quarter launch of video services by Verizon Communications and Coinstar Inc's Redbox.
    n a note titled 'No catalyst/No cure,' Stifel Nicolaus analyst George Askew said Netflix's business model was broken as the streaming business lacks barriers to entry.

    "Aggressive companies like Amazon, Verizon and Comcast have set their competitive sights on the online streaming business and have other revenue sources to subsidize it," Askew said.

    "We believe fiscal year 2013 will be another eventful and probably frustrating year for Netflix."

    CASH BURN

    Netflix is using profits from its U.S. business to fund expansions into new markets. The company said it will take a loss in the fourth quarter as it sets up new service in the Nordic region.

    At the same time, Netflix is spending more to create its own original programming. Free cash flow was a negative $20 million in the third quarter that ended September 30.

    Netflix said it will continue to burn cash for several quarters but that it does not need to raise money.

    "But its recent slip up in guidance, and willingness to spend, creates risk that this view changes," said Lazard Capital Markets analyst Barton Crockett.

    Crockett expects the company's cash to fall to $450 million in 2013 from its current $800 million.

    Even analysts who have a "buy" rating on Netflix lowered their price targets.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • FINAL WARNING TO S.E.C CRIMINALS AGAIN:
      RED ALERT IN USA: ((( Time to ARREST Mary Schapiro/Robert Khuzami/Robert Cook Scam gang at S.E.C in USA)))
      ROBERT KHUZAMI CRIMINAL AT S.E.C. GAVE "RCB' AT 6% DROP TO CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS SCAM GANG LED BY GOLDMAN SACHS FRAUD MANIPULATION "HFT" SOFTWARE

      WHAT IS PUMP/DUMP SPIN NEWS SCAM?
      WHAT IS PRICE/VOLUME MANIPUALTION SCAM?

      Results for: 3 Month, From 29-JUL-2012 TO 29-OCT-2012
      Date Open High Low Close/Last Volume
      10/26/2012 61.55 70.24 60.49 69.58 9,999,999
      10/25/2012 60.05 61.665 59.9 61.51 4,719,830
      10/24/2012 57.855 61 57.4 60.1177 14,291,550
      10/23/2012 67.3 69.15 66.06 68.22 8,879,392
      10/22/2012 64.36 69.7292 64.2912 67.88 6,525,298
      10/19/2012 67.19 67.5 64.26 64.98 3,263,569
      10/18/2012 68.49 69.84 66.95 67.36 3,828,122
      10/17/2012 66.01 68.82 65.64 68.52 3,780,339
      10/16/2012 64.9 66.21 63.76 66.05 4,185,696
      10/15/2012 65.15 65.18 63.4 64.76 2,962,882
      10/12/2012 65.8 66.6 63.76 64.3335 2,955,933
      10/11/2012 66.9 67.0995 65.2301 65.98 3,143,848
      10/10/2012 65.83 67.93 65.13 65.5 5,522,896
      10/09/2012 68.9038 69.48 65.4 65.5281 11,732,180
      10/08/2012 71.395 74.23 70.12 73.52 13,176,950
      10/05/2012 67.06 68.2 65.12 66.56 8,452,814
      10/04/2012 62.65 67.27 62.61 66.67 13,062,450
      10/03/2012 58.39 62.65 58.25 62.58 10,838,950
      10/02/2012 56.45 57.29 55.3 56.46 3,078,836
      10/01/2012 54.6 56.6 54.34 56.05 4,390,824
      09/28/2012 55.04 55.81 54.22 54.44 2,270,067
      09/27/2012 55.86 56.1 54.16 55.55 3,047,234
      09/26/2012 53.99 55.93 53.05 55.13 5,229,999
      09/25/2012 56.75 56.96 53.7 53.8 5,977,087
      09/24/2012 56.86 57.84 56.2857 56.39 3,378,920
      09/21/2012 59.43 59.72 57.41 57.79 4,291,104
      09/20/2012 56.42 58.79 56.4 58.74 5,314,292
      09/19/2012 56.74 57.9 55.7 57.04 5,048,903
      09/18/2012 57.29 58.32 55.82 56.06 4,327,994
      09/17/2012 58.98 59 56.77 57.02 5,181,062
      09/14/2012 58.5 61.419 58.3 60.52 4,708,065

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • The following is an excerpt from a report compiled by Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities.
      Q3 beat from better-than-expected revenue growth and cost control. Revenue was $905 million, compared with our estimate of $915 million, consensus of $905 million, and guidance of $890 – 911 million. EPS was $0.13, compared with our estimate of $0.10, consensus of $0.04, and guidance of $(0.10) – 0.14.
      Domestic streaming net adds guidance lowered by a larger-than-expected amount. Management lowered full year net adds guidance to 4.73 – 5.43 million, well below the 7 million guidance it has provided all year. The magnitude of the Q3 miss was only 0.6 million, with guidance lowered by 1.57 – 2.27. Most importantly, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) has steadfastly claimed that its content costs are “fixed” (we disagree), meaning that contribution profit will be significantly lower than consensus in 2013.
      Decreasing our FY:13 estimates. We are decreasing our 2012 estimate for revenue to $3.59 billion from $3.65 billion, but are increasing our EPS estimate to $0.07 from $0.03 to reflect guidance and better-than-expected profitability. We are decreasing our 2013 estimates for revenue to $4.03 billion from $4.25 billion and for EPS to $0.00 from $0.50 as sustained profitability will remain elusive due to lower overall domestic subs and additional international expansion.
      We do not see many catalysts for continued domestic streaming growth. In our view, Netflix has already converted the vast majority of potential streaming subscribers on mobile devices, consoles, and smart TVs into paying subscribers. We view next month’s launch of the NintendoWii U, the next generation of consoles (to be released in 2013 or 2014), and additional iterations of mobile phones and tablets as inconsequential drivers of growth.
      Netflix has sacrificed profitability to focus on global expansion. Management expects Q4 EPS of $(0.23) – 0.04 due to its recent Nordics launch, meaning estimated implied full year guidance is for EPS of $(0.07) – 0.20. Therefore, Netflix could have losses in two quarters of 2012 (Q1 and likely Q4), with a potential loss in 2012 and another loss likely in 2013 after making over $4 per share in 2011.
      Maintaining our UNDERPERFORM rating and 12-month price target of $45. We value domestic streaming at $15, domestic DVD at $20, and assign a speculative $10 option value to international streaming. Our price target is at risk if domestic streaming growth slows more than we have modeled, or if the domestic DVD segment loses more subscribers than we currently have modeled.
      Michael Pachter is an analyst at Wedbush Securities.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • 4 Replies to singhlion2001
      • NO ONE WILL ACQUIRE NETFLIX AND EMPTY SHELL FILLED WITH PROVEN CRIMINAL MF THUG REED HASTINGS SCAM $SS INSOLVENT POOP WIPE PAPER

        RED ALERT IN USA: ENRON/WORLDCOM INSIDE SCAM LOOT PUT TO SHAME IN USA BY PROVEN MF CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS SCAM GANG

        The grim picture of Netflix's financials starts with its debt. It has 2 types of debt, standard short-term and long-term liabilities on the balance sheet, as well as "Streaming Content Obligations" which reside off of the balance sheet.

        Note current liabilities of $1,498,844,000 and accounts payable of $90,961 and this

        Non-current content liabilities $829,163,000 ????????what you folks think about this??????

        Long-term debt $200,000,000
        Long-term debt due to related party $200,000,000
        Other non-current liabilities $62,057,000
        Total liabilities $2,790,064,000...jun30, 2012 more than doubled vs Jun 2011 $1,236,659,000

        As for the off-balance sheet obligations, here they are:
        The expected timing of payments for these obligations is as follows:
        Less than one year $ 2,053,397,000
        Due after one year and through 3 years 2,427,772,000
        Due after 5 years 60,298,000
        ------Total streaming content obligations $ 5,023,748,000-----

        So let's take a look at what Netflix owes within 1 year. It has accounts payable from the balance sheet of $90,961,000 plus $2,053,397,000 off the balance sheet. That's $2,144,358,000 that Netflix owes within a year. Plus, there's another $2,427,772,000 due between 1 and 3 years. If you are a Netflix shareholder and these numbers don't scare you, the next set probably will.

        If you are a Netflix shareholder and these numbers don't scare you, the next set probably will.
        First, let's look at the current assets and cash situation to see how far that will get Netflix in paying down that debt............

        Now can you all show me what net income they generated in 2010? 2011? and now so far in 2012?

        and they owe $2,144,358,000 within one year

        Show me Cash flow and how this will be paid?

        and also with $400M fraud fund raised with massive dilution cost to shareholder, tell me without these funds if this scam is solvent in 2012? Look Back fraud facts for you all

        dilution hell already took share count over 58 million and with option grants will reach upto 62 million next.........

        RED FLAGS: losing customers and the competition is rapidly increasing?

        So what are Netflix's options? None of them is very appealing, there's a secondary offering, a sale of the company at a very low price, or bankruptcy. Maybe it could do a bond issue as well, but that would be issuing long-term debt to finance short-term debt. All of these choices are horrible for shareholders

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • PROVEN CRIMINALS REED HASTINGS/BARRY McCARTHY/TECHNOLOGY CROSS VENTURES ARE OPERATING AN ORGANZIED LOOT PONZI SCAM VIA NETFLIX(NFLX) ON WALL STREET Organized crime groups are often involved in crimes that are considered white collar offenses. A number of crimes committed by organized groups are done so for the purposes of financial gain. This is called racketeering, which is a felony crime. Characteristics of Organized Crime Groups Organized crime offenses vary greatly, but, there are some generalizations that apply to the groups as a whole. They are all developed based on a hierarchy of power and importance associated with the individuals in the group. They are stable organizations that usually exist over very long periods of time. They may use violence to defend the interests of the group. They usually have political or social protection that keeps them safe from retaliation from the surrounding community, including law enforcement. Their purpose is to accumulate capital which is then reinvested into the operations and businesses run by the group. The majority of organized crime groups operate behind the mask of legitimate businesses. In some cases, their racketeering practices involve the bribery and manipulation of legitimate business owners or public officials. This prevents their racketeering practices from being detected. WHERE IS FBI? DOJ? White-collar crimes cost the United States more than $300 billion annually according to the FBI.
        RED ALERT IN USA: FRAUD LOOT IN BILLIONS AND S.E.C. CRIMINALS STILL PROTECTING CRIMINAL REED HASTINGS SCAM GANG
        And providing all weapons to keep the fraud bubble loot going

        open challenge in USA to debate insolvent netflix insider scam with fraud street crime partners
        Ouch! The Netflix Price-Change Hangover [View article]
        Reed Hasting's is a carnival barker, a mountebank, a flim-flam man, a charlatan and a confidence man. The CFO left the company in January, because he was aware of the fake accounting at NFLX, the lies and the false hype. The Head of investor relations left 3 months ago, because she could no longer lie, about the companies activities and accounting. Both left before any investigation into accounting, or investigation into the manipulation of the stock by hedge funds begins. Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley. JP Morgan, Piper Jaffray and many other financial institutions have been colluding to manipulate this stock thru proprietary trading in their hedge funds. Goldman Sachs picked NFLX as their latest Ponzi Scheme, because Reed Hastings is just the perfect Machiavellian con-man. Lloyd Blankfein And Reed Hastings are as thick as thieves. It was Goldman Sachs that forced Facebook executives to add Reed Hasting to their Board of directors, to manipulate the stock price. Reed Hasting is a false Messiah, in league with Goldman Sachs, deceiving Americans, and The indolent regulators who have been paid off by Goldman Sachs. The SEC directors are bribed by Goldman not to do their job, with promises of $4 million a year jobs after they leave the SEC, at banks, the very banks they are supposed to regulate. The SEC is corrupted and compromised by Goldman Sachs, "the Great Deceiver"
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        This scamflix is busted , just matter of time...............

        This crook has now 75% content with old TV shows and can not afford Movies streaming rights in USA and content will become worst soon..FOR TV SHOWS "HULU" dominates next

        REDBOX INSTANT from Verizon next month will send this scam crashing and burning in hell pit.

        CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS SPIN FRAUD LIES ALL THE TIME AND LOOK AT THE CRIMINAL FRAUD ANALYSTS QUESTIONS?

        MOBILE DEVICES SCAM SPIN OBSESSION BUT CONTENT KEEPS VANISHING AND LIBRARY KEEPS SHRINKING AND THESE CRIMINAL ANALYSTS ASK WHAT? IPADS/SMART PHONES?LOL

        CRIMINAL CROOK REED HASTINGS BARKS, SOME CONSUMERS & INVESTORS FORGET FRAUD IN ONE YEAR AND SOME IN 3 YEARS. HANG THIS CRIMINAL IN A PUBLIC SQUARE

        PROVEN CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS NEED 3 YEARS TO FIX HIS SCAM IMAGE?PUT THIS CROOK IN JAIL NOW

        WHERE IS FBI? DOJ?

        PROVEN CRIMINAL CROOK REED HASTINGS LIES LIES AND SPIN FRAUD FOR PUMP/DUMP LOOT SCAM WITH HIS KEY CRIME PARTNERS GOLDMAN SACHS AND MORGAN STANLEY WITH "HFT" SCAM MACHINE GUNS WITH PRCIE/VOLUME MANIPUALTION FRAUD

        WORLDCOM SYTLE BUST IS NEXT

        $UCKED BRAIN ZOMBIES IN USA

        REDBOXINSTANT IS NEXT TO LAUNCH IN NOVEMBER

        WHAT FRAUD SPIN IN EARNINGS: THIS SCAM SI PINK SHEETS AND CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS SCAM LOOT GANG BELONG IN JAIL ASAP
        By singhlion2001 . Oct 23, 2012 4:43 PM . Permalink
        RED ALERT IN USA
        MARY SCAHPIRO/ROBERT KHUZAMI/ROBERT COOK IS A CRIMINAL SCAM GANG AT S.E.C SERVING FRAUD STREET FINANCIAL BANKSTER TERRORISTS AND CORPORATE THUGS TO LOOT EVERY PENNY IN USA WORKING CLASS PENSIONS......

        BIGGEST FRAUD TRADING VOLUME & PRICE MANIPULATION IN NETFLIX (NFLX) TRADING PIT WITH 52M TOTAL SHARE COUNT IN 2010/11 AND 55M IN 2012. ROBERT KHUZAMI/MARY SCHAPIRO SCAM GANG BLOCKED MY CALLER ID AND MARY SCHAPIRO BLOCKED MY EMAIL AND WHY?

        Watch Liquidity Problems In Netflix Earnings
        Netflix's Trajectory

        Back in February, I made a model to plot cash expenditures and relevant liquidity which predicted that NFLX would need massive restructuring in 2013. I was overly pessimistic on my streaming numbers, and NFLX did not renew a few expensive streaming contracts as well. Regardless, its financial position is very flimsy especially in the face of international expansion.

        As part of my model, I have calculated all relevant metrics since Q1-09 and have highlighted the best three numbers in green and the worst three numbers in red. Looking at the chart below shows two strengths for NFLX - revenue and quick liquidity/revenue. The important figures to notice are the declining revenue/sub, plummeting profit metrics, and the disastrous size of the Accounts Payable. NFLX currently can only cover its AP by 2.75X on an annual run basis. Another shocking factor is the Quick coverage of 1y AP. This coverage hit an all-time low in Q3-11 at 0.488. The next month NFLX issued $400M in convertible bonds and stock.

        With these factors in mind, you will know how to cut through the noise and look for what truly matters in this afternoon's report.

        NEW SLOGAN IN USA

        WALL STREET IS NOW PURE FRAUD STREET CASINO AND RIGGED WITH ALL SCAM LEGISLATION AGAINST 99% WORKING CLASS AND ALL FRAUD LOOT PROTECTION FOR CORPORATE THUGS AND BANKSTER FINANCIAL TERRORISTS AT S.E.C ENFORCED AND ALL LOOT MANIPULATION SCAM WEAPONS AT THEIR DISPOSAL

        LOOT/SCAM/BANG USA 99% WORKING CLASS PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS IN BILLIONS WITH DARK POOLS AND HIGH FREQUENCY TRADING MACHINES WITH FRAUD PRICE/VOLUME MANIPULATION WITHOUT ANY FEAR

        IF, BY MISTAKE YOU ARE CAUGHT? NO PROBLEM COME TO MARY SCHAPIRO/ROBERT KHUZAMI/ROBERT COOK SCAM WATCH PARASITES AT S.E.C AND P[AY LITTLE FINE, NO TRIALS AND KEEP YOUR LOOT IN BILLIONS AND YOU ARE FREE TO GO BACK AND START YOUR SCAM LOOT ASAP.................
        Gene Burnett - Jump You F*#kers (A Song For Wall Street)

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • Re: MF REED HASTINGS FRAUD HYPE SUBSCRIBER NUMBERS AND FRAUD STREET CRIMINAL CROOK ANALYSTS AND THEIR FRAUD RESEARCH REPORTS WITH FRAUD ESTIMATES AND SCAM BUBBLE TARGETS FOR LOOT IN BILLIONS: ONLY POSSIBLE IN USA FRAUD STREET CASINO

        The following is an excerpt from a report compiled by Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities.
        Q3 beat from better-than-expected revenue growth and cost control. Revenue was $905 million, compared with our estimate of $915 million, consensus of $905 million, and guidance of $890 – 911 million. EPS was $0.13, compared with our estimate of $0.10, consensus of $0.04, and guidance of $(0.10) – 0.14.
        Domestic streaming net adds guidance lowered by a larger-than-expected amount. Management lowered full year net adds guidance to 4.73 – 5.43 million, well below the 7 million guidance it has provided all year. The magnitude of the Q3 miss was only 0.6 million, with guidance lowered by 1.57 – 2.27. Most importantly, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) has steadfastly claimed that its content costs are “fixed” (we disagree), meaning that contribution profit will be significantly lower than consensus in 2013.
        Decreasing our FY:13 estimates. We are decreasing our 2012 estimate for revenue to $3.59 billion from $3.65 billion, but are increasing our EPS estimate to $0.07 from $0.03 to reflect guidance and better-than-expected profitability. We are decreasing our 2013 estimates for revenue to $4.03 billion from $4.25 billion and for EPS to $0.00 from $0.50 as sustained profitability will remain elusive due to lower overall domestic subs and additional international expansion.
        We do not see many catalysts for continued domestic streaming growth. In our view, Netflix has already converted the vast majority of potential streaming subscribers on mobile devices, consoles, and smart TVs into paying subscribers. We view next month’s launch of the NintendoWii U, the next generation of consoles (to be released in 2013 or 2014), and additional iterations of mobile phones and tablets as inconsequential drivers of growth.
        Netflix has sacrificed profitability to focus on global expansion. Management expects Q4 EPS of $(0.23) – 0.04 due to its recent Nordics launch, meaning estimated implied full year guidance is for EPS of $(0.07) – 0.20. Therefore, Netflix could have losses in two quarters of 2012 (Q1 and likely Q4), with a potential loss in 2012 and another loss likely in 2013 after making over $4 per share in 2011.
        Maintaining our UNDERPERFORM rating and 12-month price target of $45. We value domestic streaming at $15, domestic DVD at $20, and assign a speculative $10 option value to international streaming. Our price target is at risk if domestic streaming growth slows more than we have modeled, or if the domestic DVD segment loses more subscribers than we currently have modeled.
        Michael Pachter is an analyst at Wedbush Securities.

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • Re: MF REED HASTINGS FRAUD HYPE SUBSCRIBER NUMBERS AND FRAUD STREET CRIMINAL CROOK ANALYSTS AND THEIR FRAUD RESEARCH REPORTS WITH FRAUD ESTIMATES AND SCAM BUBBLE TARGETS FOR LOOT IN BILLIONS: ONLY POSSIBLE IN USA FRAUD STREET CASINO

        The following is an excerpt from a report compiled by Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities.
        Q3 beat from better-than-expected revenue growth and cost control. Revenue was $905 million, compared with our estimate of $915 million, consensus of $905 million, and guidance of $890 – 911 million. EPS was $0.13, compared with our estimate of $0.10, consensus of $0.04, and guidance of $(0.10) – 0.14.
        Domestic streaming net adds guidance lowered by a larger-than-expected amount. Management lowered full year net adds guidance to 4.73 – 5.43 million, well below the 7 million guidance it has provided all year. The magnitude of the Q3 miss was only 0.6 million, with guidance lowered by 1.57 – 2.27. Most importantly, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) has steadfastly claimed that its content costs are “fixed” (we disagree), meaning that contribution profit will be significantly lower than consensus in 2013.
        Decreasing our FY:13 estimates. We are decreasing our 2012 estimate for revenue to $3.59 billion from $3.65 billion, but are increasing our EPS estimate to $0.07 from $0.03 to reflect guidance and better-than-expected profitability. We are decreasing our 2013 estimates for revenue to $4.03 billion from $4.25 billion and for EPS to $0.00 from $0.50 as sustained profitability will remain elusive due to lower overall domestic subs and additional international expansion.
        We do not see many catalysts for continued domestic streaming growth. In our view, Netflix has already converted the vast majority of potential streaming subscribers on mobile devices, consoles, and smart TVs into paying subscribers. We view next month’s launch of the NintendoWii U, the next generation of consoles (to be released in 2013 or 2014), and additional iterations of mobile phones and tablets as inconsequential drivers of growth.
        Netflix has sacrificed profitability to focus on global expansion. Management expects Q4 EPS of $(0.23) – 0.04 due to its recent Nordics launch, meaning estimated implied full year guidance is for EPS of $(0.07) – 0.20. Therefore, Netflix could have losses in two quarters of 2012 (Q1 and likely Q4), with a potential loss in 2012 and another loss likely in 2013 after making over $4 per share in 2011.
        Maintaining our UNDERPERFORM rating and 12-month price target of $45. We value domestic streaming at $15, domestic DVD at $20, and assign a speculative $10 option value to international streaming. Our price target is at risk if domestic streaming growth slows more than we have modeled, or if the domestic DVD segment loses more subscribers than we currently have modeled.
        Michael Pachter is an analyst at Wedbush Securities.

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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