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3 Reasons I'm Not Worried About Netflix's Domestic Subscriber Loss

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3 Reasons I'm Not Worried About Netflix's Domestic Subscriber Loss
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It shouldn't be a big surprise that Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) lost subscribers in its mature U.S. and Canada (UCAN) region during the second quarter. Here are three reasons why the subscriber loss doesn't worry me. Netflix's subscriber losses didn't come from a spike in cancellations as businesses reopened and the weather warmed up in the U.S. and Canada.