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Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) Message Board

  • california_is_greece california_is_greece Apr 28, 2014 2:03 PM Flag

    It is going to be a good buy soon

    I will start buying long when it gets down to about $250 later this week. Although I have been a bear on this for years, I do expect that this company will be very profitable in the near future. If they are truly going to stop losing money over seas that will help the bottom line. They have been spending for years on expansion and using the domestic money to pay for it. It's hard to short this stock once it gets in the mid 200 range. They will be a potential take over target too. In the mean time keep eating well my short friends.

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    • There will be reality checks on valuation from time to time but until we know with any degree of certainty what the final subscriber count will look like the stock should continue moving higher.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • why not just wait for the downturn to stop and catch it on the way back up? No one can pick a bottom, especially in a stock with no fundamentals or dividend to back it up. It was a buy in the 50s.....but here at 300? Or 250? Really? Best of luck.

    • I don't generally hazard guesses like these but I'd say we're getting close to the bottom of this correction.

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      • I would agree with you, and that is why I'm so scared. It's forward P/E is in the mid forties now, which isn't bad for a growth stock. If they stop spending overseas and actually become profitable by year end like they said on the call, that P/E will drop down to the 20's which is great for a growth stock like this.

        The more success they have, the less I think competition will matter On the surface it seems that there is a low barrier to entry, but not once their network is completely built out. It would be hard to throw a lot of money at foreign markets if you are a competitor when their is already a company with huge market share. I thought AMZN may be the open to do it, but it looks like investors over there are tired of being a non profit organization. I don't think AMZN shareholders want to hear about any more money being "reinvested," especially when they don't give any real figures. Bezos is great with we have added millions of Prime users, but we won't actually tell you how many we have.

        I'm not sure they are going to be a takeover target as many have wasted their time suggesting over the years. Some of these recent acquisitions by FB and GOOGL have not gone over well with shareholders. Unless NFLX could somehow become another tax-haven for companies that don't want to pay taxes in America, then I don't see them being bought out these levels. It will be an interesting next few weeks.

      • replace your "say" with "hope" and you might be correct! You are such a dummy, really. Arrogance will make you pay, and i told you that A LONG time ago!

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