NFLX - Netflix, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
374.98
-6.91 (-1.81%)
As of 3:08PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close381.89
Open381.07
Bid375.90 x 800
Ask375.93 x 1000
Day's Range373.31 - 381.90
52 Week Range231.23 - 423.21
Volume5,320,928
Avg. Volume7,876,850
Market Cap163.939B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.58
PE Ratio (TTM)133.92
EPS (TTM)2.80
Earnings DateJul 15, 2019 - Jul 19, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est383.63
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Netflix wins! Academy voted to not change eligibility rule
    Yahoo Finance Video2 hours ago

    Netflix wins! Academy voted to not change eligibility rule

    And Netflix wins! The Academy has voted not to change its eligibility rule of including movies from streaming services in its nominations. Yahoo Finance Adam Shapiro and Julie Hyman discuss with the panel.

  • Netflix’s $2 billion junk-bond offering comes at a risky time for the streaming giant
    MarketWatch34 minutes ago

    Netflix’s $2 billion junk-bond offering comes at a risky time for the streaming giant

    Netflix is burning through cash at a fast pace and its outlook is less certain, given the pending competition from two major new entrants to the streaming market, Disney Co. and Apple Inc.

  • Netflix at risk of losing 8.7 million subscribers to Disney+, survey finds
    MarketWatch34 minutes ago

    Netflix at risk of losing 8.7 million subscribers to Disney+, survey finds

    About 14% of Netflix Inc. subscribers, equal to 8.7 million people, are considering dropping the streaming service in favor of the coming $6.99-a-month offering from Disney Co., at a cost to Netflix of about $117 million in lost revenue a month, a new survey has found.

  • It’s time to buy tech stocks again, and these 17 are your best bet
    MarketWatch1 hour ago

    It’s time to buy tech stocks again, and these 17 are your best bet

    Below, a few experts with great records in technology weigh in on the false fears, and offer some of their favorite names at the moment. Earnings growth at S&P 500 (SPX)  companies will be sluggish at best for the first two quarters of this year. “The U.S. economy appears to have stabilized after a shaky start to the year,” says Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody’s Analytics.

  • 9 million Netflix subscribers may ditch it for Disney+
    American City Business Journals1 hour ago

    9 million Netflix subscribers may ditch it for Disney+

    More than 14 percent of Netflix customers said that they are considering canceling the streaming giant’s service when Disney+ launches in November.

  • Bloomberg2 hours ago

    Netflix Junk Bond Offering Draws $6 Billion of Orders

    The streaming service originally planned to offer $2 billion of debt and will now split the sale into $900 million and 1.2 billion euros ($1.34 billion) of new bonds, according to people with knowledge of the transaction. Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Deutsche Bank AG and Wells Fargo & Co. are managing the bond sale, the people said.

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    Is the T-Mobile/Sprint Deal in Trouble?

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  • Oscars opt not to shut out Netflix
    American City Business Journals3 hours ago

    Oscars opt not to shut out Netflix

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ board of governors has voted not to change its Rule Two, which defines the eligibility of films for Oscar consideration.

  • CNBC3 hours ago

    Steven Spielberg says his battle with Netflix wasn't as bad as people made it seem

    Steven Spielberg felt his feelings toward streaming services were misrepresented, The New York Times reported based on sources close to him. The legendary director had reportedly tried to get the Academy to change its eligibility requirements, potentially blocking out streaming services who refuse traditional rules of exclusive theatrical runs. The Academy voted to maintain its rule, it announced Tuesday, marking a key win for streaming services like Netflix.

  • GuruFocus.com3 hours ago

    Netflix Looks Vulnerable After Weak Guidance

    With a market capitalization of about $167 billion, Netflix clearly has massive future growth and profitability baked into its share price. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 3 Warning Signs with NFLX. Indeed, the economics of Netflix simply fail to make much sense.

  • Barrons.com3 hours ago

    Netflix Wants to Keep Making Movies. It’s Borrowing Another $2 Billion To Do It.

    Given the market’s response, you would think Netflix was generating cash, not incinerating it. Investors bid for three times the amount of debt on offer. Thanks to that strong demand, the 10½-year dollar bonds were expected to yield 5.5%, according to early price talk Wednesday.

  • Dr. Ruth says smartphones have ruined dating
    MarketWatch4 hours ago

    Dr. Ruth says smartphones have ruined dating

    Dr. Ruth would swipe left on today’s dating scene. “I would not want to be young again to date in 2019,” sex therapist Ruth Westheimer, better known as “Dr. Ruth,” told Page Six (which shares the same parent company as MarketWatch) at the Playboy Club this week.

  • CNBC5 hours ago

    Disney vs Netflix: Here's which would have made you richer if you invested $1,000 10 years ago

    Media giants Disney and Netflix have both proven to be extremely successful companies over the years, and each landed a spot on the Forbes list of the world's most valuable brands in 2018 . Now the two are in a battle to win over the world's binge-watchers, as Disney recently announced the November debut of its streaming platform, Disney+ . The answer is Netflix — by a lot.

  • Benzinga5 hours ago

    Investor Survey Shows Bullish Sentiment On The Rise, But Not For FAANG Stocks

    Ally Financial, Inc. (NYSE: ALLY ) recently released the results of its quarterly survey of more than 300 independent investors. The survey is an important litmus test for investor sentiment for the quarter ...

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    Solid Earnings Boost S&P, NASDAQ to New Closing Highs

    Solid Earnings Boost S&P;, NASDAQ to New Closing Highs

  • Here’s how Netflix could profit from all the data it collects instead of burning through cash
    MarketWatch6 hours ago

    Here’s how Netflix could profit from all the data it collects instead of burning through cash

    What if Netflix’s primary long-term business model is not as a media content or distribution company, but as a data aggregation company?

  • TheStreet.com7 hours ago

    Netflix Taking a Knife to a Gunfight with Disney, Apple, Plus Bitcoin

    Cold. The kind of chill that hurts the bones. Wet. Inside and out. Boots, socks. Everything soaked. Windy. Need to turn one's back, just to speak. Just to breathe. Amid conditions like this, what else can go wrong? Wait.

  • Why You Shouldn’t Invest in the FANG Stocks
    InvestorPlace8 hours ago

    Why You Shouldn’t Invest in the FANG Stocks

    Investors have elevated the FANG stocks to rock-star status. These names are internet darlings. Search FANG stocks on Google and you'll come up with over 6 million results. But investing in the hot stocks might not be the way to go.Source: Shutterstock After stellar returns in 2017, the FANG stocks lost steam in 2018. Find out why you shouldn't invest in FANG stocks now. What Are the FANG Stocks?Here are the FANG stocks and details about their current prices, valuation and estimates:InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsF stands for Facebook (NASDAQ:FB). It's currently selling for $183.78 per share with a trailing-12-month price-to-earnings ratio of 24.3. Facebook's 52-week range is $123.02-$218.62 and its one-year projected price is $196.44.A stands for Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN). It's currently selling for $1,923.77 per share with a trailing P/E ratio of 95.5. Amazon's 52-week range is $1,307.00-$2,050.50 and its one-year projected price of $2,073.55. * 10 Stocks to Sell Before They Give Back 2019 Gains N stands for Netflix (NASADQ:NFLX). It's currently selling for $381.89 per share with a P/E ratio of 136.4. Netflix's 52-week range is $231.23-$423.21 and its one-year projected price is $381.26.G stands for Google, also known as Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL), which is actually Alphabet, Google's parent company. It's currently selling at $1,264.55 per share with a P/E ratio of 28.9. GOOG stock's 52-week range is $970.11-$1,273.89 and its one-year projected price is $1,352.50.The FANG stocks have been internet favorites due to their increasing market share and explosive growth. But whether these internet stars will continue outperforming is debatable as their growth slows, competitive forces increase and regulations creep in. Beware of a Frothy MarketThe markets are into the tenth year of a running bull market. The current S&P 500 Shiller P/E or CAPE ratio of 31.08 is nearly double historical average of 16.61. This P/E metric compares the current S&P 500 index price with the 10-year average earnings per share (adjusted for inflation) to smooth out fluctuations in the business cycle data. Using the P/E ratio valuation, the overall market is pricey.After a quick scan of the one-year price estimates, you might think each of the FANG stocks has room to grow. Facebook even sports a modest (for tech stocks) P/E ratio of 24.3 and Alphabet's is a lowly 28.9.In contrast, the valuations of Amazon and Netflix are sky high with P/E ratios of 95.5 and 136.4 respectively.So, does this suggest that Facebook and Alphabet are undervalued? Not necessarily. There's a reason for their low-ish valuations. The FANG stocks face headwinds from many directions. The FANG Sizzle Is BurningBeware of the sizzle. There are regulatory and competitive attacks approaching the FANG stocks. Amazon, Google and Facebook are subject to the EU rules targeting unfair online ranking platforms under the Platform-to-business (P2B) law. In 2017, Google was penalized with a 2.42-billion-euro ($2.7 billion) EU antitrust fine -- and it was hit with another, this one 1.5 billion euros, earlier this year. Investigations are aggressively searching for unfair trade practices.Facebook and Google's data privacy practices are also under fire. CNIL, the French data protection watchdog, recently fined Google 50 million-euro ($56.33 million) for failing to provide users clear information regarding data use policies.Meanwhile, Netflix faces rampant competition from new streaming services along with growing debt.Then there's presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren threatening to break up the FANG stocks.Investors love high-flying growth, but the bulk of that explosive expansion may be in the rearview mirror for these tech players. If so, then the FANG stocks will be expected to grow at the same rate as the market. What's a FANG Follower to do?If you can't quell your love of FANG, keep a small position or go with a fund that includes FANG stocks. Fortunately, due to their large market cap, any diversified U.S. stock fund will provide FANG exposure. For a more concentrated position, The First Trust Dow Jones Internet Fund (NYSEARCA:FDN) is a market-cap-weighted fund that tracks the performance of the Dow Jones Internet Index.Finally, maintain a diversified investment portfolio, across U.S. and world assets, in line with your risk comfort level. This research-supported investment approach is diversified and likely to match market returns and minimize investment volatility.Barbara A. Friedberg, MBA, MS is a veteran portfolio manager, expert investor, and former university finance instructor. She is editor/author of Personal Finance; An Encyclopedia of Modern Money Management and two additional money books. She is CEO of Robo-Advisor Pros.com , a robo-advisor review and information website. Additionally, Friedberg is publisher of the well-regarded investment website Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance.com . Follow her on twitter @barbfriedberg and @roboadvisorpros. As of this writing, she does not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 High-Yielding Dividend Stocks That Won't Wilt * 4 Energy Stocks Soaring as Trump Tightens on Iran * 7 Tech Stocks With Too Much Risk, Not Enough Upside Compare Brokers The post Why You Shouldna€™t Invest in the FANG Stocks appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • CNBC8 hours ago

    Netflix movies can still win Oscars as academy leaves key eligibility rule unchanged

    The Academy of Motion Picture and Arts and Sciences voted to leave a key rule on eligibility unchanged. The involvement of films from the likes of Netflix became a heated issue at this year's Oscars. Hollywood legend Steven Spielberg reportedly wanted the academy to change the rules to shut Netflix out.

  • 4 Reasons Investors Are Overcrowding FANGs Despite Risks
    Investopedia11 hours ago

    4 Reasons Investors Are Overcrowding FANGs Despite Risks

    A dovish Fed, an expanding economy, relatively attractive valuations and strong sales forecasts for the tech titans all fuel investor enthusiasm.

  • The S&P 500 and Nasdaq break above their all-time highs for the first time in months
    Yahoo Finance Video22 hours ago

    The S&P 500 and Nasdaq break above their all-time highs for the first time in months

    The S&P 500 and Nasdaq break above their all-time highs for the first time in months. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith and Simpler Trading director of options Danielle Shay discuss.

  • Netflix's Reed Hastings takes home $302M in 2018, as Netflix to sell $2B of Junk Bonds
    Yahoo Finance Videoyesterday

    Netflix's Reed Hastings takes home $302M in 2018, as Netflix to sell $2B of Junk Bonds

    Netflix revealed that CEO Reed Hastings took home $302 million in 2018, up from $179 million in 2018. Netflix also says it will be selling $2 billion in Junk Bonds to help fund its content expansion. Yahoo Finance's Zack Guzman and Heidi Chung are joined by Ian Wishingrad, BigEyedWish Founder and Creative Director, to discuss.

  • Disney vs Netflix: What you'd have now if you invested $1,000 10 years ago
    CNBC Videos5 hours ago

    Disney vs Netflix: What you'd have now if you invested $1,000 10 years ago

    Media giants Disney and Netflix have both proven to be extremely successful companies over the years: Each landed a spot on the Forbes' list of the world's most valuable brands in 2018. Now the two are in a battle to win over the world's TV watchers, as Disney recently announced the upcoming debut of its video streaming platform, Disney+.