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) continues to skyrocket as
sell-side PTs surge
(aided by a Y/Y drop in content cash outflows) and
domestic streaming adds
at the high end of Netflix's guidance; for now, the Street is willing to overlook Q2 guidance for a sizable Q/Q drop in domestic streaming adds. The results demonstrate Netflix's model "continues to show operating leverage,"
, raising its PT to $230. On the
, Reed Hastings admitted Hulu and Amazon have been "bidding more aggressively" over the last 12 months - that could explain the pending Viacom deal expiration. Content liabilities stood at $5.7B at the end of Q1, up $100M Q/Q.
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Agreed. Anyone in this thing should be standing by the exit.
Apr 23 12:10 PM
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Is Netflix Out Of Troubled Waters?
Their margins are getting crushed by the costs associated with adding content. Netflix has seen a 93% drop in operating cash flow, and an 87% decline in operating income over the past year, and they made just $17 M on $3.6 B in revenue last year. Add to that the fact that Netflix customers are not locked into contracts and you have ballooning costs (and debt) matched against an uncertain revenue stream. The only thing I'd consider buying related to NFLX at this valuation is put options.
Mar 25 01:23 PM
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