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I don't understand how NFLX can continue to be a viable business with unlimited streaming at the cheap subscription price they have now. The quality of the streaming content has gone down steadily over the last two years and that is because they cannot afford to renew content contracts for quality titles, when they have unlimited streaming. They can do okay with documentaries and some TV content maybe, but not quality film stuff. Don't know why they don't go to an 'X streaming titles per month' model that would enable them to get the contracts to stream good and current films.

I think the competition from AMZN, CSTR, GOOG, and the looming GIANT AAPL will eventually cause NFLX to fade away because there is no reason to buy them out, you can just gradually grab their subscriber base from attrition.

But like at $300, I don't have the 'courage' to short them.

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NFLX, crazy

that stock is just so hard to predict. u love to think you've figured that company out and then it goes and does the opposite, and u can't really afford to blow it off, because those moves are juicy. juicy up moves, juicy down moves. so you have to pay attention, even though they are so annoying! i missed the move today because TWS freaked out on me and wouldn't open a chart. at those times i just....*loathe* IB. but it was ok because later there was a spike on V to catch.

over time, NFLX, who the heck knows. u just gotta hop on board when u see your chance, i guess. when it stops moving, u can move on.

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Netflix Quarterly Results Top Estimates, But Shares Plunge

Netflix delivered quarterly results Monday that beat Wall Street's expectations, but its shares fell sharply in after-hours trading.

After the earnings announcement, the company's shares [NFLX 101.84 -4.27 (-4.02%) ] fell 13 percent in extended trading.

The company posted a first-quarter loss excluding items of 8 cents per share, down from a profit of $1.11 in the year-earlier period.

Revenue was $870 million, a 21-percent increase from $719 million a year ago.


Analysts had expected the company to report a loss excluding items of 27 cents a share on $866 million in revenue, according to a consensus estimate from Thomson Reuters.

Netflix said it suffered its first quarterly loss in seven years as the video subscription service dealt with rising licensing fees and the bill for an international expansion.

The company said its subscriber growth accelerated during the first three months of the year. Last summer, U.S. customer backlash triggered by sharp price increases led many subscribers to cancel their subscriptions.

The company ended March with 26.5 million Internet video subscribers.

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Is this a buy the dip moment?

Looks like an opportunity, to be watched.



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I don't watch this one, but first impression seems like it's lingering in the middle of those two big gaps there.

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I don't watch this one, but first impression seems like it's lingering in the middle of those two big gaps there.

After hours it sold off to 85. That chart above doesn't reflect that yet.

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After hours it sold off to 85. That chart above doesn't reflect that yet.

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So then you knowingly set me up to fail miserably so you could mock me at the club whilst smoking cubans and sipping brandy with the boys.

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So then you knowingly set me up to fail miserably so you could mock me at the club whilst smoking cubans and sipping brandy with the boys.

LOL, not at all. I just am too lazy to post an after hours chart from IQFeed.

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I saw a lot activity in the NFLX thread. So, I post this chart to illustrate that there was plenty of opportunities to exit NFLX before the gap down.

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