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  • csco_brat csco_brat Nov 11, 2012 4:14 PM Flag

    Yikes. Forbes planted a slam article

    Usually these slam and pump articles on seeking alpha and forbes and places don't move the stocks much. We shall see Monday. This stock is frankly just too hot for me to handle either long or short.

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    • Read this Article just posted under Netflix Yahoo News

      Poison Pill: a $5 Billion Land Mine Lurks Off-Balance-Sheet

      Yahoo Nazi criminals censoring Lion postings

      HERE COMES RATIONAL THESIS VS CARL ICAHN JOINING IN FOR BIGGEST SHORT SQUEEZE FRAUD GANG LED BY REED HASTINGS/GOLDMAN SACHS.Never Mind the Netflix Poison Pill: a $5 Billion Land Mine Lurks Off-Balance-Sheet

      HERE COMES RATIONAL THESIS VS CARL ICAHN JOINING IN FOR BIGGEST SHORT SQUEEZE FRAUD GANG LED BY REED HASTINGS/GOLDMAN SACHS.Never Mind the Netflix Poison Pill: a $5 Billion Land Mine Lurks Off-Balance-Sheet

      THIS SCAM SHORT SQUEEZE IS 3 RD FRAUD IN 2012 ALONE BESIDE BIGGEST FRAUD SHORT SQUEEZE MANIPULATION IN 2010 WITH $200M DEBT + LINE OF CREDIT AT WELLS FARGO AND RAPE OF BALANCE SHEET CASH FLOW CASH TOO.............AND NOW SCAMFLIX IS SMOKING HOUSE OF CARDS WITH $5B+ CONTENT BILLS OBLIGATION

      HANG S.E.C. CRIMINAL WATCH RATS IN USA....

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • From the Forbes article:

      "The price of a Netflix share now also represents a turn-off to potential suitors, although Icahn pooh-poohs a focus on the company’s incredible PE ratio. (It’s easy to see why. On this measure, Netflix is the most expensive stock in the S&P 500."

      This statement about Netflix being the most expensive stock in the S&P based on P/E keeps getting repeated. Of course, it's a lie because it excludes all S&P stocks that don't have earnings and therefore don't have a P/E. It's a lawyerly type of trick. AMD and plenty of other S&P stocks lost money in the past 52 week period, but they aren't included because their P/E is "not applicable".

      Once again, realize how vulnerable shorts, how over-extended they are and how bloody awful it will be if they have to cover en masse. That's why we are seeing a 24/7 full-court press to bash the stock down.

      What caught the shorts off guard was the revelation from the quarterly release that per-member streaming went up 30% year-over-year. That means more customer stickyness. Netflix is experiencing two-dimensional growth --- growing numbers plus more streaming per member. The halo effects around the brand are expanding.

      Secondly, after all the talk about how Amazon is going to clean Netty's clock, the Sandvine report shows that Netflix' share of streaming actually went higher over the past year and completely overshadows Amazon Prime and Hulu by 18 to 1.

 
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