Jul 27, 5:54 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Technology By Rick Munarriz 07/16/17 AT 10:00 PM This article was originally published on the Motley Fool.It's show time for Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX). The top dog in premium video streaming reports fresh financials after Monday's market close, and expectations are percolating. The stock hit all-time highs last month despite posting mixed first-quarter results two months earlier.Netflix fell short of its own subscriber targets last time out, a feat that crushed the stock when the dot-com darling missed its forecasts during the second quarter of last year. Investors have proven more forgiving this time around, and that's the kind of momentum that can stall if fails to deliver in back-to-back quarters. A few analysts have put out bullish notes in the days leading up to next week's report, further heightening market expectations.What Netflix expectsNetflix is … [Read more...] about What Is The Future Of Video Streaming? Netflix Quarterly Earnings Expected
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By Noel Randewich SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Shares of Netflix slipped 1.9 percent on Monday ahead of the video streaming service’s quarterly report as investors braced for signs of whether it and other leading stocks are likely to carry the market higher over the next few weeks. Netflix has surged 35 percent since its previous quarterly report on Jan. 22, making it one of Wall Street’s best performers as the S&P 500 has slipped into correction territory and investors worry a nine-year bull market may be ending. Netflix’s March-quarter report after the bell on Monday will be the first from the so-called FANG stocks, which also includes Facebook Inc, Google parent Alphabet Inc and Amazon.com Inc, that have powered the market higher in recent years. Investors will track how Netflix shares react in extended trade for clues about the market’s willingness to push valuations higher. Netflix’s popularity with investors has put its stock price at 100 … [Read more...] about Netflix shares dip as Wall Street braces for quarterly report
Published April 16, 2018 Technology MarketWatch Facebook Twitter Comments Print article In this Friday, Jan. 17, 2014, file photo, a person displays Netflix on a tablet in North Andover, Mass. Netflix, Inc. reports financial results, Monday, July 17, 2017. ( AP ) Netflix Inc. reported a “beautiful quarter” in January that pushed its market cap past $100 billion for the first time, but that success thrust subscriber-growth expectations even higher for the quarter Netflix will report after the bell on Monday. Continue Reading Below The streaming giant handily beat analyst expectations for subscriber growth in the fourth quarter, adding more than eight million users compared with expectations of 6 million, according to FactSet. Netflix NFLX, +0.78% stock has continued to demolish records since, setting new highs in dozens of sessions in February, March and April. In the first quarter, analysts model the company adding 5 million new … [Read more...] about Netflix earnings: Another ‘beautiful quarter,’ or are subscriber expectations too high?
Published April 15, 2018 Markets Motley Fool Facebook Twitter Comments Print Streaming video veteran Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) is gearing up for a first-quarter earnings report, scheduled for the evening of Monday, April 16. Three months ago, Netflix shares rose more than 13% in a single day after reporting analyst-stumping fourth-quarter results. Stock prices have risen 62% higher in 2018 alone, more than doubling to a 118% gain over the last 52 weeks. Good or bad, this report is likely to start some fireworks in the stock market come Tuesday morning. Continue Reading Below Here's what investors should expect -- and look for -- in the first-quarter update. Netflix's first-quarter guidance Metric Q1 2018 Targets Q1 2017 Results Expected Year-Over-Year Change Revenue $3.69 billion $2.64 billion 40% GAAP net income $282 million $178 million 58% GAAP earnings per share (diluted) $0.63 $0.40 58% Net additions, U.S. … [Read more...] about Here’s the One Metric That Matters Most When Netflix, Inc. Reports Q1 Earnings
"It's good to be the king." That's a famous line by Mel Brooks in "History of the World: Part I." Unfortunately, this cult comedy classic is not available on Netflix. But make no mistake: Netflix is the king of Hollywood, Silicon Valley and Wall Street. Netflix's (NFLX) stock is up more than 60% this year — significantly better than Facebook (FB), Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN) and Alphabet (GOOGL), the owner of Google and YouTube. Netflix will report its first quarter earnings on Monday afternoon, and analysts are forecasting phenomenal growth. They're expecting a 40% jump in sales from a year ago, 60% more profit than a year ago, and 7.5 million more subscribers just since the previous quarter. Netflix undeniably has momentum — and it's getting more love from big media companies. Netflix announced an expanded partnership on Friday with cable giant and NBCUniversal owner Comcast (CMCSA). Since 2016, Comcast has allowed its X1 TV and internet subscribers to sign in … [Read more...] about Netflix is unstoppable