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Netflix, Inc. beats by $0.15, beats on revenue

  • Netflix, Inc. (NFLX): Q4 EPS of $0.79 beats by $0.15.
  • Revenue of $1.18B (+24.9% Y/Y) beats by $10M.
  • Shares +13.8%.
  • Press Release
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  • MangDynasty
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    Uh oh.
    22 Jan, 04:04 PM Reply Like
  • LYogi
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    Comments (1986) | Send Message
    they did it again!
    22 Jan, 04:05 PM Reply Like
  • Regarded Solutions
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    Comments (15445) | Send Message
    22 Jan, 04:05 PM Reply Like
  • dmcken
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    One down, one to go--cmon SBUX tomorrow!! Its about management!! negative articles, PR and downgrades doesn't ever change the core piece to investing--invest in the management and you will not be disappointed--Thank you NFLX!!
    22 Jan, 04:09 PM Reply Like
  • DanoX
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    Did they make 48 million dollars profit? In the Quarter.
    22 Jan, 04:10 PM Reply Like
  • rreeuwijk
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    Seems like they made roughly $48mio. Beat by $8mio, so now the market cap is up $4.5Billion....


    Is a nice beat, but the reaction seems a bit overdone. Short squeeze again?
    22 Jan, 04:20 PM Reply Like
  • omarbradley
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    Comments (966) | Send Message
    yep. "and keep shorting and get your whole body ripped off instead of just your face."
    22 Jan, 05:11 PM Reply Like
  • RobbyRob
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    I want to hear CEO's comments about impact of potential net neutrality issue. If NFLX has to subsidize customers' data usage, goodbye profits.
    22 Jan, 04:45 PM Reply Like
  • omarbradley
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    for movies? really? that's like "el zippo" (so to speak) for hot and heavy on the internet load. the problem is the war over "meta data you and me" (Facebook for example) and "then the attempt at securing said data." this requires an enormous amount of internet "pipe-age."
    22 Jan, 05:14 PM Reply Like
  • Teodor Rasa
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    No, Hastings is expecting the consumer to take the cost and be happy doing it.
    22 Jan, 05:22 PM Reply Like
  • june1234
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    good for them. ton of people thought that one was going other way .on demand streaming is what the public wants not 952 channels they don't watch or have to wait for when it comes on, latter is a dinosaur model from many users point of view
    22 Jan, 05:59 PM Reply Like
  • sl100
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    Comments (110) | Send Message
    Nothing to do with earning but short squeeze the stock is so over priced and only way institutions can move stock like this is in after hours.


    This is the time to get off stocks(riskiest assets) and move to cash and stop helping the 1% folks, they are the one who hold most of the wealth in Stocks/paper money. 401K plan holders can move to Money Market funds or cash equivalent stable value funds.


    This is best run ever in equities due to money printing/debt issuance and not due to rev increases or profit margins, just debt issuance at all levels. The media like CNBC/Market Watch are paid commercial for these folks.
    22 Jan, 06:12 PM Reply Like
  • A Prudent Investor
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    Operating margins are only 5%. What is the hoopla about? The question is how long can Netflix retain subscribers versus gain subscribers.
    23 Jan, 08:44 AM Reply Like
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