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Netflix (NFLX -2.6%) gives back some of its recent gains following a critical note from Caris'...

Netflix (NFLX -2.6%) gives back some of its recent gains following a critical note from Caris' David Miller. Miller thinks Netflix will guide for operating losses for at least the next 2 quarters during Wednesday's Q4 report, and remains concerned about the potential for higher licensing payments to EPIX. However, B. Riley's Eric Wold is lifting his PT to $125 on hopes of better-than-expected domestic subscriber growth.
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  • wolverine27
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    eric wold must be kidding . other then fraud ..there is NO possible way they can state customer growth . there are so many way to get streaming video for free in europe and the customer base in the united states is dwindling.
    hulu , blockbuster , coinstar and rising content cost will soon send this company where kodak now sits.
    they need a big brother like amzn or they are finished. the only people buying the stock are hedge funds and institutions looking for a positive performance for bonuses.


    this is the clear pump and dump company.
    20 Jan 2012, 01:11 PM Reply Like
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