It isn't just Netflix...this is going to be spectacular after it tops (which may not be until 200 a share for Netflix)
Retail won't fully come in until the 180s...then everything is going to drop 90%.
I also like OITNB and Bloodline, along with House of Cards, Hemlock Grove, and Sense8 (except the birthing episode).
Netflix is making some pretty good original content.
Netflix 2x bigger than Corning, who makes fiber optics, lab glassware, all the screen glass for the billions of devices we love and hate.
Nearly same size as Ford Motor company now.
A third the size of Intel, but catching up fast!
Maybe everyone is selling bonds and buying Netflix and Amazon?
Worst case yield right now on the bid for the 2018 bonds are 20.8% return on the bid.
Yeah I don't think I will be buying any shares back at $0.62...not until I see those bonds come up in price a bit.
Really? Now I am getting stock advice from a guy with an engine on his back...
I am looking to buy back in at $0.62 or $0.63.
Seems to be a local minima at that level, but who knows what the larger graph looks like. It does seem to be able to pop to the mid $0.70s fairly easily but then stalls.
So a new trading range, while narrow, might be $0.63 to $0.73
I think the problem is we have not lost enough money yet,
I am going to have a happy retirement
Netflix boasting record subscribers. Amazon selling TVs left and right.
Fewer people going to the movies.
Corning will be just fine. The only way they see $16 again is if they do a 2 for 1 split
All well and good except for the slight issue that $90m is taken up by interest payment (that isn't included in the cash flow figure)
So $136m - $90m = $46m
$46m a year, not per quarter is all the extra cash they could possibly have at these metal prices.