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  • singhlion2001 singhlion2001 Apr 22, 2013 9:11 PM Flag

    WARNING TO CRIMINALS AT SEC/FINRA/FBI AND HIGH TREASON CRIMINAL RULERS IN USA ON NETFLIX INSIDER NEXUS SCAM GANG

    ATTEN: MARY JOE WHITE/MARY HEAD & OTHER CRIMINALS AT “SEC”
    NETFLIX SCAM LOOT IN BILLIONS AND SCAM SPIN EARNINGS $3.1M
    AND NEGATIVE CASH FLOW $42M.
    FRAUD COOK BOOK EARNING A MISS BUT FRAUD SUBSCIBER HYPE AND NEXUS SCAM GANG MASSIVE PRICE/VOLUME MANIPULATION FRAUD LOOT CONTINUES WITH FULL PROTECTION PROVIDED BY YOU PROVENC RIMINALS AT “SEC’”

    HERE IS MORE LOOT FROM FRAUD FUNDING AFTER JULY 2011 CRASH WITH INSOLVENT BALANCE SHEET BY EX CFO BARRY McCARTHY NOW MANAGING SCAM LOOT IN BILLIONS AT TECHNOLOGY CROSS VENTURES………..2018 ZERO COUPON FRAUD SCAM TRUCKY FUNDIUNG AND CASHED OUT BY TOMORROW WITH 2.3M SHARES AND CAN YOU CALCULATE THIS LOOT FOR WE TWH 99% IN USA PLEASE?
    OCT 2011 FRAUD FUNDING AND CASHED OUT APRIL 2013, HOW FAST THEY LOOT $100’S OF MILLIONS?
    AND HOW FAST THEY DEPLETE BALANCE SHEET WITH OFF BALANCE SHEET HIDDEN COOK BOOK CONTENT BILLS DUE?

    ONLY IN USA CORPORATE THUGS BECOME BILLIONAIRES IN MONTHS NOT EVEN YEARS WITH PONZI BUSINESS MODELS AND GOLDMAN SACHS CAN LOOT OVER $5B+ IN NETFLIX ALONE, AFTER TRILLION DOLLAR MORTGAGE SCAM AND $500M FINE FIC CRIMINALS AT “SEC”

    OPEN CHALLENGE TO ALL WATCH DOGS/HIGH TREASON CRIMINAL RULERS, ACADEMIA AND OBAMA TO DEBATE NETFLIX INSIDER LOOT SCAM PLAY BOOK LIVE ON TV IN USA
    WHAT FRAUD “EARNING REPORT AGAIN?? WEDBUSH SECURITIES: MICHAEL PACHTER KEEPS WARNING…ONLY HONEST ANALYST
    MASSIVE FRAUD PRICE/VOLUME MANIPULATION SCAM CONTINUES BY NEXUS SCAM GANG AT NETFLIX ((PROVEN CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS &
    JAY HOAG/BARRY McCARTHY SCAM LOOT IN BILLIONS AT TECHNOLOGY CROSS VENTURES))
    RED ALERT IN USA: HERE COMES TECHNOLOGY CROSS VENTURE JAY HOAG/BARRY McCARTHY(EX CFO NETFLIX)SCAM 2018 ZERO COUPON CASH OUT LOOT WITH MASSIVE FRAUD PRICE/MANIPUALTION OF TRADING FLOAT BUBBLE MANIA PUMP/DUMP SINCE 2010

    (((FREE LOOT IN BILLIONS IN 2010/11 & SCAM FUNDING WITH FREE LOOT AGAIN FOR MORE FREE LOOT IN BILLIONS BY INSIDER NEXUS SCAM GANG AT NETFLIX………AND GOLDMAN SACHS))))

    We will convert the 2011 TCV $200 million convertible notes tomorrow (April 23rd) into the
    Corresponding 2.3 million shares. We report diluted EPS as if the debt was converted, so our guidance
    for Q2 EPS already accounts for these shares, and there is no change to our cash on hand from this
    conversion…………..FLASH FRAUD: 2018 ZERO COUPON FRAUD $200M FUNDING CASHED OUT IN 17 MONTHS AND WHY?
    Free Cash Flow
    Free Cash Flow of negative $42 million was $45million lower than our positive $3 million in net income
    in the quarter primarily due to payments for Originals and non-originals content in excess of the P&L
    expense, partially offset by the loss on extinguishment of the debt (a financing activity) and non-cash
    stock compensation expense. The investments that will continue to weigh on our cash flow relative to
    net income are Originals and non-Originals content (ongoing) and our Open Connect conversion
    (primarily in 2013).
    WE DEMAND FRAUD TRADING HISTORY OF GOLDMAN SACHS & REST OF SCAM GANG MENTIONED IN MY WHISTLE BLOWING SINCE 2011
    CRIMINAL REED HASTINGS NEXUS GANG SHARE ALL EARNINGS DATA PLAN FRAUD ALWAYS INTO FRAUD EARNINGS REPORT….8.6M+ INTRADAY VOLUME +$11 AND AFTER HOUR WITH FRAUD “E’ REPORT SPINS 3.1m+ AND FRAUD PRICE +$41 MEANS UP34% ($52)FRAUD BUBBLE ..
    Enforcement Tips and Complaints
    • Manipulation of a security's price or volume
    • Insider trading

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • NEXUS MANIPULATION SCAM CRIME PARTNERS

      Owner Name Date Shared Held Change (Shares) Change(%) Value(in 1,000s)
      CAPITAL RESEARCH GLOBAL INVESTORS 12/31/2012 6,683,485 101,900 1.55 1,448,445
      ICAHN CARL C 12/31/2012 5,541,066 4,291,066 343.29 1,200,860
      PRICE T ROWE ASSOCIATES INC /MD/ 12/31/2012 4,795,383 (1,046,630) (17.92) 1,039,255
      DAVIS SELECTED ADVISERS 12/31/2012 3,937,721 (231,483) (5.55) 853,383
      VANGUARD GROUP INC 03/31/2013 3,342,699 180,082 5.69 724,430
      STATE STREET CORP 12/31/2012 2,249,379 (43,917) (1.92) 487,485
      BARCLAYS GLOBAL INVESTORS UK HOLDINGS LTD 03/31/2013 1,523,186 40,907 2.76 330,105
      GOLDMAN SACHS GROUP INC 12/31/2012 1,518,397 (253,727) (14.32) 329,067
      SLATE PATH CAPITAL LP 12/31/2012 1,330,000 1,330,000 New 288,238
      COATUE MANAGEMENT LLC 12/31/2012 1,277,633 1,277,633 New 276,889
      JANA PARTNERS LLC 12/31/2012 1,000,000 580,524 138.39 216,720

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • HANG THESE CRIMINAL AT "SEC'

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Sing Cat, there you are. We have missed you on the HLF board today. Did you take your meds yet?

    • avoid rating enforced by lion broadcasting and target pink sheets
      Biggest fraud loot scam ever

      April 23, 2013
      08:28 EDT NFLX Netflix says 'shortly' adding 4-stream plan at $11.99 in U.S.
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      07:36 EDT NFLX Netflix price target raied to $235 from $200 at Morgan Stanley
      Shares are Overweight rated.
      07:32 EDT NFLX Netflix price target raised to $250 from $200 at Lazard Capital
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      07:24 EDT NFLX Netflix price target raised to $254 from $205 at JPMorgan
      JPMorgan says Netflix is back on track following its second straight quarter of strong results. The firm raised its price target for shares to $254 following the company's Q1 results and reiterates an Overweight rating on the stock.
      07:14 EDT NFLX Netflix price target raised to $250 from $210 at RBC Capital
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      07:04 EDT NFLX Netflix price target raised to $230 from $180 at Cantor
      Cantor increased its price target on Netflix after the company reported stronger than expected results. The firm believes that the company's leverage is improving and it keeps a Buy rating on the shares.
      05:53 EDT NFLX Netflix strong sub additions reflected in shares, says Piper Jaffray
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      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • HAHAHAHAHA........LOL!!!!!!!!!!!

    • You may notice that there is some DVD segment information missing. Going forward, Netflix will only provide DVD contribution profit guidance, since that is "what they focus on". They will still report everything else, but not guide to it. I'm wondering if this means an eventual sale of the business is in order. It is possible. Since Netflix's main focus is on streaming going forward, this move makes sense, but it wouldn't have killed them to provide a few extra numbers. I've mentioned in past articles that Netflix always changes how they present their information, and here's another change.

      Earnings per share guidance of $0.23 to $0.48 was decent, and the midpoint is above the $0.29 that was expected by analysts for Q2. However, revenue guidance is tricky. In terms of total streaming, the company guided to $821 million to $843 million. If we try to figure out DVD, let's first look at Q1 DVD revenues of $243 million. Since the DVD business is not a focus, these numbers are coming down. I would expect somewhere between $220 million and $235 million. Add that in, and you get a total of $1.041 billion to $1.078 billion. The midpoint of that is $1.0595 billion, in-line with the $1.06 billion analysts are expecting. Given how impressive earnings per share guidance was, revenue guidance seemed a bit weak to me.

      Competition:

      Netflix virtually ignored competition in its investor letter. There were zero mentions of Redbox Instant, the partnership between Coinstar (CSTR) and Verizon (VZ). Given that Redbox Instant combines both streaming and DVD, I would have expected to hear more about it in the letter. Netflix usually tells us in their investor letters how great they are compared to the competition. On the conference call, I had e-mailed in two questions about this new service, but they were not answered.

      In terms of Amazon (AMZN) and its Prime Instant Video, we got one lousy sentence. I had e-mailed in some questions to Netflix for their Q&A session, because they allow the public to do so. I asked them about their "Top 200" which they bragged about last quarter, their top 100 TV shows and top 100 movies watched during Q4. They said that Amazon Prime had just 73 of those 200 selections in Q4. In this investor letter, they told us that Amazon was up to 74. I find this interesting, considering that Prime Instant Video's library went from over 30,000 titles in December 2012 to over 38,000 in March 2013. You would have expected to see a higher number from Prime. Either Netflix's number is wrong, which I'm not suggesting is the case, or Amazon is adding a lot of different content, like all of the content Netflix has dropped in recent years.

      I know that Netflix has really shrugged off competition in the past, but they seemed to take it to an extreme this quarter. With results looking rather good, Netflix seemed to cement their presence in this space. Should this competition start to have a larger impact on Netflix's results, maybe they'll discuss competition more going forward.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Does Netflix' $3.3 Billion Off-Balance Sheet Liability Make It A "House Of Cards"?
      Submitted by Tyler Durden on 04/22/2013 21:09 -0400

      Reality

      While the mainstream media, seemingly comprising of accounting 101 rejects and completely unaware that "profit" is merely an ephemeral, intangible accounting concept, and that for true business model viability one has to look at actual cash generated (or in this case lost), has been praising the Netflix "beat" ever since its announcement, the reality is uglier.

      On one hand, as reported, the incremental cost per subscriber on a true free cash flow basis is continuing to deteriorate, and while it is only a matter of time before the content providers decide to jack up content costs and crush the firm's margins. But far more disturbing is the ongoing attempt to push a massive amount of unfunded content liabilities and committments off the company's balance sheet. Because while NFLX discloses just $2.4 billion in total content liabilities (or 69% of total liabilities), it is the massive $3.3 billion in off-balance sheet liabilities, up half a billion in just one year, that is truly disturbing.

      This means that cash flow-negative NetFlix has a liability amounting to 76% of its total assets, which is off-balance sheet, which gets zero auditor scrutiny, and which as so often happens, will blow up in everyone's face just when it is least expected.

      Adding the on balance sheet component means a total content liability of $5.7 billion, up from $4.8 billion a year ago, and an amount that is a mindblowing 130% of all Netflix assets!

      From the conference call transcript:

      Q. Could the company please quantify its off balance sheet content liabilities, specifically interested in both the total amount of obligations outstanding as well as the amount currently outstanding that is not on the balance sheet?"

      A. Sure, I'll answer this in total to, because that's usually how we get this question. We had $5.6 billion liability or $5.6 billion in commitments as of the end of December that moved to $5.7 billion in commitments as of the end of March, $2.4 billion being part of liabilities on the balance sheet, and $3.3 billion not on the balance sheet.
      So with NFLX having just $1 billion in total cash and $3 billion in content library assets, which however are completely unmonetizable, not to mention going ever deeper into the red from a pure cash basis, just where will the company find the funds to satisfy this $5.7 billion and rising liability?

      Q. Do you believe the company can fund its liabilities without an additional debt raise, or would you consider raising capital given the low rate environment?"

      A. What we just did raise capital. So yes, we would consider it and I would say that we're fine on capital at this point.
      In other words, even the company admits it will have to fund one unsustainable liability by issuing another: debt, or alternatively, issuing stock.

      Said simpler: the second the firm loses access to the wallet of assorted greater fools, it's game over. Just like any other plain vanilla pyramid scheme.

      Those still confused should watch the Bloomberg clip below:

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Atten: mary joe white/mary head & other criminals at “sec”
      netflix scam loot in billions and scam spin earnings $3.1m
      and negative cash flow $42m.
      fraud cook book earning a miss but fraud subsciber hype and nexus scam gang massive price/volume manipulation fraud loot continues with full protection provided by you proven criminals at “sec’”

      here is more loot from fraud funding after july 2011 crash with insolvent balance sheet by ex cfo barry mccarthy now managing scam loot in billions at technology cross ventures………..2018 zero coupon fraud scam tricky funding and here comesw 2.3m shares dump and can you calculate this loot for we the 99% in usa please?
      oct 2011 fraud funding and cashed out april 2013, how fast they loot $100’s of millions?
      and how fast they deplete balance sheet with off balance sheet hidden cook book content bills due?

      only in usa corporate thugs become billionaires in months not even years with ponzi business models and goldman sachs can loot over $5b+ in netflix alone, after trillion dollar mortgage scam and $500m fine by criminals at “sec”

      open challenge to all watch dogs/high treason criminal rulers, academia and obama to debate netflix insider loot scam play book live on tv in usa

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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