|Bid||254.36 x 100|
|Ask||254.79 x 100|
|Day's Range||275.69 - 281.96|
|52 Week Range||138.26 - 286.81|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||222.82|
|Earnings Date||Apr 16, 2018 - Apr 20, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||267.65|
The streamer is taking flak for its cash burn, but its financials look much better than those of its closest rivals.
Power is now shifting to streaming services, which have direct lines to the viewers that networks and show creators like Murphy are trying to reach.
Critics truly hated Netflix’s The Cloverfield Paradox. IndieWire called it a “insufferably boring” and “an unmitigated disaster.” The Guardian said it was “an unholy mess.” Just 18% of critics on Rotten Tomatoes gave it a positive review—and none of them were among the site’s top critics. Contrary to other Netflix movies like Bright where fans…
The streaming pioneer's negative free cash flow reached $2 billion in 2017 and the company is doubling down. Should investors be worried?
Streaming services such as Netflix Inc. (NFLX), Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), Hulu — a joint venture among The Walt Disney Co. (DIS), 21st Century Fox (NASDAQ: FOXA, FOX), Comcast (CMCSA)-owned NBCUniversal and Time Warner Inc. (TWX) — and others have transformed the entertainment landscape. Much of their work currently appeals to diverse audiences on broadcast and cable TV, making them attractive recruits for streaming services such as Amazon, Netflix and Hulu.
As bellwether stocks like Apple and Netflix rebound, health savings account leader HealthEquity jumps into buy range.
When Netflix debuts a new show or movie, it may dominate the entertainment news cycle for a while, but two of their latest offerings appear to be a bit underwhelming for the streaming service, The Cloverfield Paradox and Altered Carbon.
After years of creating hit shows for ABC, Shonda Rhimes found her way to Netflix with a deal to produce new series and other projects. Amy Sherman-Palladino, coming off her latest hit, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," made a deal with Amazon Studios .
Yesterday I saw a lazy article on Bloomberg with the title “Hedge Funds Are Dumping Facebook and Google”. The article mentioned the names a few prominent hedge fund managers who reduced their FAANG holdings. Here is an excerpt from the article: “Some prominent hedge funds retreated from the FAANGs in the fourth quarter. Philippe Laffont’s […]
Cisco Systems shares reached dot-com era highs on Thursday after the San Jose-based company reported strong earnings. The stock (NASDAQ: CSCO) was the best performer on the Bloomberg Silicon Valley High ...
Despite increasing competition, Netflix is widening its competitive moat through original content and international expansion.
The stock market rallied again Thursday, one day after the Nasdaq composite followed through powerfully, rising 1.9% in higher volume
The Information, a technology news site, recently reported that Amazon (AMZN) is in the process of ditching Oracle’s (ORCL) database and that it has already made significant progress toward this goal. Amazon, a leading player in the e-commerce and cloud computing industries, is one of Oracle’s largest database customers. Amazon’s motivation to move away from Oracle’s database is partly tied to a need to cut costs.
Netflix is spending a lot of money hiring big name TV producers like Ryan Murphy to create original content but it needs to pay more attention to its marketing strategy.
Key market index funds extended their gains as Apple and Cisco boosted the Dow Jones industrial average.
Despite an increasingly crowded field for content, Netflix (NFLX) is poised to extend its content and distribution tentacles over the next 12 to 18 months. GBH Insights analyst Daniel Ives bases his bullish assessment on Netflix's "competitive moat," franchise appeal, ability to increase international streaming customers through 2020, and original content. Shares of Netflix are up 3% to $273.91 today.
YouTube TV is expanding its sports live streams, inking deals with Turner, NBA TV, and MLB Network. The announcement comes as another big player is getting bigger in sports streaming as well--Amazon. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dan Roberts and Dion Rabouin discuss.
Peter Thiel, Silicon Valley’s best-known conservative, is moving to Los Angeles, according to the Wall Street Journal. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Dion Rabouin, and Dan Roberts debate what might be the real reason behind Thiel’s departure.