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  • optionstrader008 optionstrader008 Nov 28, 2012 6:00 PM Flag

    I`ve got to admit, singh have good and obvious facts.....

    So after Icahn noise, it could be bad for nflx stock.....

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    • Streaming Content Obligations less than one year is $2.1 Billion

      Last "e' report this content obligations were moved onto balance sheet: $1.28 Billion +
      Accounts payable $91.5 Million
      and what is cash flow?lol

      Free Cash Flow & Content Commitments
      In Q3, as expected, negative free cash flow of $20 million trailed net income of $8 million, and we ended
      the quarter with $798 million in cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments. Significant uses of
      cash in the quarter (relative to net income) were cash payments for content (in excess of the P&L
      expense), cash payments for PP&E (including cache boxes for our Open Connect program), and
      reductions in miscellaneous accounts payable and accrued expenses.
      As we’ve highlighted, our movement into original programming will require more up-front cash
      payments than our typical content licensing agreements, beginning in Q4 and increasing in 2013. So, due
      to initial cash payments for originals, in addition to other cash payments for content in excess of P&L
      expense, we anticipate negative FCF for several quarters. We have enough cash on hand to fund our
      planned originals in addition to our ongoing expenses, maintain an adequate reserve, and then return to
      positive FCF. We believe the investment in originals is wise, and we will evaluate the performance of
      the slate next year to determine at what level we should fund additional originals.
      We have invested heavily over the past two years in building our global content library, and as a result,
      the corresponding contractual obligations have ramped significantly. While we are still adding new
      shows and movies to the service every quarter, and our engagement is growing, our content obligations
      have stabilized. In particular, our total streaming commitments at the end of Q3 were flat sequentially at
      $5.0 billion, with $2.1 billion due within the next 12 months. Of note, our content licenses and
      corresponding obligations are our major cost of revenues. And, as we point out each time we reference
      obligations, the $5.0 billion represents the known minimum obligation amounts, but does not include
      obligations that we cannot quantify but could be significant.
      2012...what fraud disaster and what fraud spin scam pumps?lol

      Cash flows from operating activities:
      Net income
      September 30,2012 $ 9,255
      June 30,2012 $ 62,460
      September 30,2011 $ 6,164
      September 30,2012 $ 7,675

      Non-GAAP free cash flow $ (20,462) $ 11,168 $ 13,781 $ (7,145) $

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

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