|Bid||188.44 x 100|
|Ask||188.77 x 100|
|Day's Range||186.30 - 189.42|
|52 Week Range||122.30 - 204.38|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||188.35|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The new trailer for Netflix's latest science fiction series, Altered Carbon, finally gives viewers a window into the plot for its first season.
Sometimes a stock will break out but struggle to hold the buy point. Netflix, Verizon Communications, Citigroup, Delta Air Lines and MGM Resorts are just below entries.
Comcast, Disney, Fox and Time Warner currently split ownership of Hulu. A sale of some of Fox's assets would simplify ownership and help Hulu gain ground on Netflix.
The news was easy to miss amid Bitcoin mania and merger talk, but last week AT&T announced that DirecTV Now, its one-year-old live internet TV service, had amassed a million subscribers. Netflix (NFLX) long ago established the case for streaming, but one thing the company hasn’t done is live television. The only event that Netflix has ever streamed live—its own quarterly earnings report—was broadcast via YouTube.
It’s Jeremy Clarkson versus the Queen. When Netflix’s lavish royal drama The Crown returns to streaming TV today it will face off against another extravagantly priced British series, Amazon’s The Grand Tour, which is back for its second season on Dec. 8, as well. Both shows premiered last November to massive audiences and helped their…
Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA) stock is struggling at the moment. The EA stock price has pulled back 16% from late August highs.Source: King of Hearts via Wikimedia (Modified)
The royal period drama The Crown has returned to Netflix with its second season, to chronicle the next era of Queen Elizabeth II’s seven-decade-long reign. The first time around, The Crown focused mostly on Elizabeth’s final years as a princess—the period immediately following her wedding to Prince Philip in 1947 and ending with her coronation…
Sometimes, when I look at Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) financials, I wonder why I’m so positive about NFLX stock. Investing 101 says free cash flow is king and yet Netflix has delivered negative FCF for five consecutive years with a sixth less than a month from being in the books. Cumulatively, its negative free cash flow since 2012 is almost $3 billion with more than $2 billion expected in 2017.
Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) is up 1,400% in five years. Needless to say, the online streaming service is a hit. It had a few flubs along the way, but the transition from CD deliveries by mail to online delivery was well received en mass.