Cool..but ancient Gale proverb around here it seems...no good news goes unpunished..
Good find rocket! Nicely done ,
SHUT UP!! No way..c'mon..wait, they respond to each other quickly...humm
I wonder how many lap tops with a post it note stuck to each one as to remember I.d.
Hey , I grew up watching Columbo ..
Good find. They won't be able to hold Gale down long..soon..yep
Yep, everyday is interesting around here..it don't make sense ..like kbio , the sell everything..up $17ah ..
Shorts are getting fried everywhere..rolling squeeze .. Like Nflx , up $20 in three days..; ) yep.. Soon it will be my biggest position, GALE.. Yep
Wow, that's a lot ...jeleaous?...I venture to say you get two rubles for each reply to your rhetoric ...
Soo here ya go..you are gonna need it , yep..gets cold over there,
Bulls charge back into Netflix stock
by PATRICK SEITZ | NOV. 17, 2015
The bulls returned to Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) stock this week, bidding up shares 13% over the past two days.
Netflix rose 5.2% on Tuesday to 117.10 in heavy trading. On Monday, Netflix soared 7.4%.
On Monday, Pacific Crest Securities analyst Andy Hargreaves reiterated his overweight rating on Netflix stock, with a price target of 140.
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"Netflix is the best in the world at delivering on-demand TV, which should allow it to gain share of viewing hours and programming profits on a global basis," Hargreaves said in a research report.
Netflix's U.S. subscriber growth is likely to slow, but its international opportunity remains "massive," Hargreaves said.
The Internet television service plans to complete its global rollout by the end of 2016, at which time it could be in markets covering 385 million broadband households, he said.
Once it finishes its worldwide expansion, Netflix plans to focus on growing earnings.
Netflix ended the third quarter with 43.18 million U.S. streaming subscribers and 25.99 million overseas, for a total of 69.17 million.
But Netflix is facing increasing competition from the likes of Amazon.com's (NASDAQ:AMZN) Amazon Prime Video, Hulu and Time Warner's (NYSE:TWX) HBO Now.
Plus, cable and broadcast channels are starting to express their reluctance to license their shows to Netflix. That could pressure Netflix to ramp up its spending on original shows.
On Monday, Soros Fund Management, the closely watched hedge fund that overseas the private fortunes of billionaire George Soros and his family, revealed that it had taken a stake in Netflix. As of Sept. 30, Soros Fund Management owned 317,534 shares of Netflix, Reuters reported.
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Could test $129 last summer high with 'surprise' break to $160..,
A lot of strength underneath her right now.. Somethings cooking and like steam rises so does pps ..yep
Somehow I think Hastings is smarter than you..with all due respect.
Now when you run a company as huge as Nflx ..
You can do what you want too..