NFLX - Netflix, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real-time price. Currency in USD
324.18
-1.04 (-0.32%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close325.22
Open324.90
Bid323.90 x 1000
Ask324.18 x 1000
Day's range322.80 - 326.42
52-week range144.25 - 338.82
Volume2,950,803
Avg. volume10,596,920
Market cap140.919B
Beta1.34
PE ratio (TTM)259.34
EPS (TTM)1.25
Earnings date16 Jul 2018 - 20 Jul 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est333.12
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • The Long-Term Trend That Makes Netflix an Awesome Buy
    Motley Fool5 hours ago

    The Long-Term Trend That Makes Netflix an Awesome Buy

    Growth has been steady for the streaming service and that's likely to continue.

  • As California's homelessness grows, the crisis emerges as a major issue in state's gubernatorial race
    CNBC5 hours ago

    As California's homelessness grows, the crisis emerges as a major issue in state's gubernatorial race

    With about one quarter of the nation's homeless population in California, the problem has emerged as major issue in this year's governor's race in the state.

  • Look How Much Netflix Saves by Producing Its Own Originals
    Motley Fool8 hours ago

    Look How Much Netflix Saves by Producing Its Own Originals

    While in-house productions cost a lot more upfront, the company is saving a ton of money in the long term.

  • Netflix’s DVD business is still alive and profitable, by a small margin
    CNBC8 hours ago

    Netflix’s DVD business is still alive and profitable, by a small margin

    Netflix's DVD-rental service, DVD.com, is still in operation and is profitable. The company now has 17 DVD distribution hubs around the U.S., down from 50 in mid-2016. Many people still use the DVD service because the streaming service often gets newer movies and TV shows much later. And DVD.com has a much larger collection of titles.

  • Netflix snaps up two Cannes award winners despite feud
    Engadget10 hours ago

    Netflix snaps up two Cannes award winners despite feud

    Just because Netflix couldn't compete at Cannes doesn't mean it's leaving the

  • How Netflix Uses Algorithms to Attract Top Talent
    Motley Foolyesterday

    How Netflix Uses Algorithms to Attract Top Talent

    If you thought the leading streaming provider uses its data only in matters regarding programming, think again.

  • Barrons.com2 days ago

    [$$] Roku Shares: A Bet on TV's Future

    The television set has been an obsession for information technology companies for decades, as one after another sought to dip a toe or more into TV’s enormous advertising pool, hoping to stir the waters. The biggest disrupter, of course, is Netflix (NFLX). Walt Disney’s (DIS) most recent quarterly earnings report was the eighth straight in which the company’s network advertising revenue declined.

  • Netflix Gets Price-Target Hike On Growing Competitive Advantages
    Investor's Business Daily2 days ago

    Netflix Gets Price-Target Hike On Growing Competitive Advantages

    A Wall Street analyst pounded the table for Netflix stock on Friday, saying the internet television network is poised to expand its competitive moat with original content and international distribution.

  • Netflix lands political comedy with Jennifer Aniston and Tig Notaro
    Engadget2 days ago

    Netflix lands political comedy with Jennifer Aniston and Tig Notaro

    Netflix is continuing its recent string of big comedy coups. The service has

  • Netflix is reportedly turning the Michael Lewis book 'Flash Boys' into a movie
    CNBC2 days ago

    Netflix is reportedly turning the Michael Lewis book 'Flash Boys' into a movie

    The story revolves around a group of people that tries to expose "the insidious new ways that Wall Street generates profits."

  • Forbes2 days ago

    Netflix Is Uninvestable

    This uncertainty makes up the lion’s share of the risk related to an ownership stake in Netflix, and makes it uninvestable if you take the word "invest" at its literal meaning. Netflix generated $11.7 billion in revenues in 2017 from these subscribers.

  • Chromecast users can now skip show intros on Netflix
    Engadget2 days ago

    Chromecast users can now skip show intros on Netflix

    If you're a fan of binge-watching shows on Netflix, you're probably aware of

  • Forbes2 days ago

    While Hollywood Fiddles With Gigantism, Apple and Netflix Burn it Up

    This week's frantic maneuvers between (most of) the CBS board and Shari Redstone's National Amusements remind that the owners of companies aren't always in command of that which they putatively control. More importantly, the week's court fights are yet another illustration that Hollywood's focus on gigantism has left them distracted by M&A when they could be investing and building the new businesses they'll need to compete with the giant tech competitors transforming their industry. Simply put, Hollywood's biggest guns are fiddling an ode to oversized-ness worthy of Nero.

  • Netflix will nearly triple its subscriber base to 360 million by 2030: Bank of America
    CNBC2 days ago

    Netflix will nearly triple its subscriber base to 360 million by 2030: Bank of America

    Bank of America Merrill Lynch reiterates its buy rating for Netflix shares, citing the rising number of broadband internet users in international markets.

  • Amazon Prime in Focus, New Series to Lend Competitive Edge
    Zacks2 days ago

    Amazon Prime in Focus, New Series to Lend Competitive Edge

    Amazon (AMZN) brings a new contemporary series on Prime Video, which expands its content portfolio further.

  • MarketWatch2 days ago

    Is Spotify the next Netflix-like market darling? Here’s the key

    The stock market just might shuffle to a weekly win, helped by all those good vibes from the energy sector, small caps and the royal wedding. It’ll be close though, as China and North Korea remain headaches, and the 10-year Treasury yield refuses to lend a hand. “I believe Spotify could be the next horseman,” he wrote recently, suggesting that Sweden’s music-streaming star deserves to be mentioned in the same breath as Netflix (NFLX)and even “the Four” — Amazon (AMZN) , Apple (AAPL) , Facebook (FB)and Google (GOOG) (GOOGL) .

  • Will Trump’s Doubt about Trade Talk Success Boost Gold?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Will Trump’s Doubt about Trade Talk Success Boost Gold?

    President Trump expressed doubt about the prospects of successful trade talks with China on May 17. The second round of trade talks is underway in Washington between a Chinese trade delegation and top US officials to avert a trade war.

  • Is Amazon Stuck in a Cloud Price War?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Is Amazon Stuck in a Cloud Price War?

    Amazon (AMZN) recently disclosed that it had $12.4 billion in future cloud computing revenue at the end of the first quarter. The massive cloud revenue backlog is due to long contracts spanning several years. Amazon said it expects to recognize the cloud revenue backlog in little more than three years on average. Amazon’s accumulation of more than $12 billion in long-term cloud contracts seems to show a high level of loyalty among Amazon’s cloud customers, despite escalating competition from rivals.

  • Analyzing Disney’s Valuation Multiples after Fiscal 2Q18 Results
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Analyzing Disney’s Valuation Multiples after Fiscal 2Q18 Results

    On May 9, Walt Disney (DIS) had a market capitalization of ~$149 billion, higher than peers Netflix (NFLX) and Comcast (CMCSA), which have market caps of ~$144 billion and ~$141 billion, respectively. In the media space, this metric for Time Warner (TWX) and Dish Network (DISH) reached ~$72.3 billion and ~$14.5 billion, respectively, on the same date.

  • Bull of the Day: Discovery Communications (DISCA)
    Zacks2 days ago

    Bull of the Day: Discovery Communications (DISCA)

    Bull of the Day: Discovery Communications (DISCA)

  • China's Top Netflix-Style App Is Finally Exploring Social Video
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    China's Top Netflix-Style App Is Finally Exploring Social Video

    China’s biggest Netflix-like streaming site finally has a plan to get into the rapidly expanding arena of social and user-generated short-form videos. The Baidu Inc. spinoff had long recognized the potential but chosen to focus on its core business out of necessity, iQiyi Chief Executive Officer Gong Yu told Bloomberg Television Thursday. Apps from Kuaishou to Douyin have taken China by storm, helping users shoot and share millions of clips featuring everything from dancing teens to noodle-slurping villagers.

  • 5 Reasons to Buy Netflix Stock and Never Sell
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    5 Reasons to Buy Netflix Stock and Never Sell

    Is it expensive? Yes. But reason No. 4 should convince you to buy anyway.

  • Competitions Grows Hotter as Google Joins Music Streaming War
    Zacks3 days ago

    Competitions Grows Hotter as Google Joins Music Streaming War

    Shares of Spotify (SPOT) and Pandora (P) both opened lower on Thursday after Google (GOOGL) announced that it will roll out a YouTube-based music-streaming service. In doing so, the technology giant joins an already crowded space, complete with some of the biggest names on Wall Street. Let's dive into the current streaming music landscape to gauge not only how things stand now, but what the market might look like down the line.

  • Looking into T-Mobile’s Growing Customer Base
    Market Realist3 days ago

    Looking into T-Mobile’s Growing Customer Base

    T-Mobile (TMUS) has been strengthening its customer base as of late. Notably, T-Mobile’s potential merger with Sprint (S) is expected to build a customer base of ~127 million and give stiff competition to the top two wireless carriers in the country, Verizon (VZ) and AT&T (T). T-Mobile has launched 14 Un-carrier efforts since the initiative’s launch in September 2017 and has remained successful in attracting more customers than its competitors.

  • Forbes3 days ago

    Netflix Defanged? Why This Hedge Fund Thinks So

    As a deep value investor, Netflix sticks out like a sore thumb. Their valuations are incredibly high, I believe most of their performance has come from momentum and due in large part because they are grouped into the “FANG” stocks.

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