Netflix stock 50% up in 3 weeks

Broadcom Ltd. Tplc
Jan 16 21 Comments

Why is Netflix stock so popular among institutional investors?
Why it keeps going up so much even though it doesn't give back dividends, can't afford buyback and just boast about users?
Even though they have positive cash flow they just have 10 to 15% profit margin?
Can they ever get to 50% profit margin to make any sense of their market cap?
What's the guess on tomorrow's quarterly and annual results?

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TOP 21 Comments
  • Ness Technologies __|__
    It’s a pyramid scam
    Jan 16 2
    • Netflix Nqac32
      Classic pump and dump
      Jan 16
    • Broadcom Ltd. Tplc
      OP
      True for now it looks like a pack of cards in construction phase..
      Jan 16
  • Netflix newflix
    3 week time horizon in the stock market? Brilliant.

    It’s flat over 3 months, which is still an inconsequential length of time.
    Jan 16 0
  • Amazon ytg6t
    Short it, Disney is coming
    Jan 16 8
    • Amazon ytg6t
      Disney under the "Disney" label is for your kids but they own a huge amount of stuff
      Jan 17
    • Tableau krxi15
      @civillines... disney is not just for kids. Pirates of Caribbean, star wars, indiana jones, mcu movies that is all disney.

      Disney also partially owns hulu.
      Jan 17
    • Broadcom Ltd. Tplc
      OP
      That's a good aspect too Disney would be owning big chunk of Hulu after fox acquisition. Also 21st century fox which will be under Disney, going further, has a good chunk of great movies in it's basket. So more pressure for nflx to spend on originals and get it right. Also they should spend on originals in all the countries they have placed their foothold.. Are they getting into a vicious cycle a stretched version of moviepass..
      Jan 17
    • Tableau krxi15
      One key difference is that netflix has to buy shows whereas disney owns the personnel, infrastructure and studios, so it can make shows at a much cheaper cost than netflix.

      Disney doesn’t have to pay that “middle man” costs for everything, which can be a lot in hollywood.
      Jan 17
    • Broadcom Ltd. Tplc
      OP
      But the question would be can Disney pull this off by attracting subscribers from Netflix. I think Disney can afford to offer the streaming services at $6 to $8/month 2 devices. Will this be a game changer for Disney.. can Disney employ aggressive strategy like Netflix or Amazon?
      Jan 17
  • Amazon 8==🤠
    50% gain means you missed the boat. Bad timing to get in now.
    Jan 16 1
    • Broadcom Ltd. Tplc
      OP
      Yep I missed the boat and also don't want to get in any near term.. it looks too scary for individuals..😔
      Jan 17
  • Cisco / QA StoneHeart
    nflx bloodbath post earnings tomorrow
    Jan 16 0
  • Microsoft / Sales
    Bekr45

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    Bekr45more
    Pricing power for now. They can raise prices and no one will churn.

    That the assumption but Netflix doesn't break out churn numbers
    Jan 16 0
  • Airbnb / Eng qPVd08
    House of cards
    Jan 16 0
  • Spotify Lajuheit
    Word probably got out that Netflix was planning to raise prices
    Jan 16 0
  • Netflix / Eng BlndrThngs
    It has positive cash flow?
    Jan 16 0
  • Microsoft ogLh58
    The people that bailed off EA and ATVI but still want something hip in the entertainment industry, probably
    Jan 16 0

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