268.21 +2.89 (1.09%)
Pre-Market: 7:30AM EST
|Bid||267.60 x 800|
|Ask||268.00 x 3200|
|Day's Range||262.76 - 274.50|
|52 Week Range||185.22 - 423.21|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.81|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||94.69|
|Earnings Date||Jan 21, 2019 - Jan 25, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||390.76|
John Blackledge, Cowen and Co. senior internet analyst, and Colin Sebastian, Robert W. Baird senior analyst, discuss which F.A.N.G stocks will hold up in 2019.
Stranger Things Season 3 is coming next year, and now, Netflix has announced the titles of all eight episodes in the upcoming season. Netflix hasn't shared much in the way of specific plot details on the third season, so these episode titles are almost all there is to go on. Stranger Things Season 3 takes place in Summer 1985. Season 1 took place in 1983, with Season 2 beginning just before Halloween in 1984. Season 3 premieres on Netflix in April 2019
After hitting a double-top near $420 in June and July, it's been an ugly run for Netflix. Now investors are wondering what they should do -- is this a great buying opportunity, or is this the end of Netflix's run? First, we need to look at what's hurting Netflix here.
Databricks co-founder and CEO Ali Ghodsi is a man with a mission – he wants to convert the 99 percent of companies that aren’t able to tap the full benefits of artificial intelligence into ones that can.
The already high level of competition is expected to tighten as Walt Disney Co. and AT&T Inc. go live with their new streaming services next year, Germany’s DZ Bank AG said in note. For Netflix, more streaming options increases the risk of larger media players withdrawing attractive content in an effort to entice viewers. Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos has veered his focus toward in-house productions to shift dependency, but DZ Bank still sees Netflix at a disadvantage given its already high level of debt and negative free cash flow.
Microsoft (MSFT) stock has been hurt far less during the recent market downturn than some of its fellow titans such as Apple (AAPL) and Amazon (AMZN). And right now, the historic tech powerhouse's stock looks like a buy based on its growth outlook and positive earnings revision trends.
Netflix (NFLX) unveils new cartel thriller, Triple Frontier that has a star-studded cast and is set to release in March 2019.
The FAANGs -- an acronym that refers to Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google-parent Alphabet -- were volatile throughout 2018, with pronounced gains in the first half of the year dramatically reversing in the second half. While Netflix and Amazon remain up about 40 percent on the year, all five have tumbled from record levels, with declines ranging from Alphabet’s 17 percent slump to Netflix’s 37 percent collapse.
You’ll laugh and you’ll cry, but after reading this column, you probably won’t buy IQ stock. Analysts often label iQiyi as the Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) of China, and at first, the comparison seemingly makes sense. A major problem for the bullish thesis on IQ stock is that IQ has relatively few paying subscribers.
DEEP DIVE Semiconductor stocks, high-fliers in the bull market, have been hit hard lately, and analysts are expecting the industry’s sales and earnings growth to slow to a crawl in 2019. Long-term investors already know they need to be patient with these stocks because of their volatility.
Apple (AAPL) has seen its stock price plummet over 24% in the last three months as investors digest what's next for the tech powerhouse after it signaled that its days of insane iPhone growth are done. Now, the question is are Apple's days of substantial revenue growth over?
Can AT&T turn its fortunes around? AT&T (T) has struggled this year. All in all, AT&T disappointed investors with its below-par earnings. The stock fell 8% on the day of its third-quarter earnings announcement.
Most investors readily understand that Netflix has a high level of cash burn, or as CEO Reed Hastings calls it "cash investment." Further, during the market boom, few investors have questioned Netflix' amortization of its content schedule. Then, once we fast forward 12 months, does the quality of Netflix's content dramatically improve, giving it that lasting appeal with consumers? In essence, what Netflix is doing, is delaying expensing its content through its income statement.
2019 will be a year of uncertainties. The US-China trade war, which seemed to be behind us following the Buenos Aires G20 verbal agreement between presidents, now seem to dissipate, and even escalate following the arrest of a senior Huawei manager in Canada. On top of those, additional concerns are growing as Russia and Ukraine […]
Twins Ross and Matt Duffer nearly gave up on "Stranger Things" before Netflix finally picked it up with the brothers signed on to write, direct and produce.
Shares of online streaming company Netflix (NFLX) fell 6.3% to close at $265.14 on December 7. Netflix has generated returns of -7.3% this month and -29% since the start of October. Despite Netflix’s recent pullback, the stock has gained an impressive 38% in 2018.
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The six-part documentary series is adapted from a 2006 book by John Grisham, who appears as one of the interviewees. Ada had its sketchy areas, but the 1982 rape and murder of Debbie Carter and the subsequent abduction of Denice Haraway marked a new level of depravity, and the local police department, as usual, was pressured to bring swift results. In the Carter case, local men Ron Williamson and Dennis Fritz were eventually charged.