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482.88
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After Hours: 481.03 -1.85 -0.38% 19:59 09/25 EDT
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A Classic Bubble Is Starting To Deflate
We have experienced a classic bubble in the U.S. stock market, with the euphoria phase potentially cresting in late August/early September.The bubble is now starting to deflate, though it is hard to decipher right now, as volatility remains very high on a daily and weekly basis.Building on this narrative, leading technology stocks are generally now trading below their 50-day moving averages, even with Friday's bounce, and this has been accompanied by passive fund outflows.There is a last gasp potential euphoria burst higher over in the broader market, however, the current bull market is getting long in the tooth.The end result is there are going to be poor real returns for the foreseeable future in traditional portfolios, traditional asset classes, and assets that have been bid to extremes.
Seekingalpha · 2h ago
Netflix's 'Three-Body Problem' Puts New Spin On Hollywood's China Problem
Hollywood currently finds itself in a complicate predicament when it comes to working with China as the country has consistently been accused of various human rights violations.Disney was the first entertainment company to really experience this new level of controversy around the release of its live-action adaptation of “Mulan”.Netflix this week found itself embroiled in this political minefield but because of a completely different set of circumstances in which it really did nothing wrong.While Disney caught flack for working with China’s government to shoot a film there, Netflix greenlit a series based on a book by a Chinese author who shares his government’s views.The situation has now also attracted the attention of the US Senate and has escalated beyond anything rational, especially for a company that doesn’t even do business in China in the first place.
Seekingalpha · 20h ago
Netflix says it does not agree with Chinese author's views on Uighur Muslims
Netflix Inc, in a response to U.S. senators' concerns over the company's plans to adapt a Chinese science-fiction book trilogy, said on Friday it did not agree with the Chinese author's views on the Chinese government's treatment of Uighur Muslims. Five Republican U.S. senators urged
Reuters · 2d ago
As Zoom and Videoconferencing Boom, TVs Are Getting Left Behind
It may be a Zoom world, but Facebook appears to have the only consumer device that turns TVs into a videoconferencing wonder.
Barrons.com · 2d ago
Why Rival Bike Peddlers Are a Plus for Peloton
The Echelon-Amazon episode highlights what Peloton has going for it: execution, brand awareness, and premium technology leadership—and why investors have...
marketwatch.com · 2d ago
Why Rival Bike Peddlers Could Help Boost Peloton’s Stock
The Echelon-Amazon episode highlights what Peloton has going for it: execution, brand awareness, and premium technology leadership—and why investors have been willing to award it a nosebleed multiple.
Barrons.com · 2d ago
Data: Netflix weathering 'Cuties' backlash, cancellations were a 'short-lived phenomenon'
New data shows that the cancellation surge in the wake of "Cuties" may have been short-lived.
Yahoo Finance · 2d ago
Wall Street’s biggest 5 stocks by value are on track for their worst month ever
It is shaping up to be an ugly month for the overall equity market, but it could be an even worst stretch for the cadre of stocks that have generated the...
marketwatch.com · 2d ago
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Analyst Price Target
The average NFLX stock price target is 518.76 with a high estimate of 625.00 and a low estimate of 220.00.
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Institutions: 2.03K
Institutional Holdings: 371.26M
% Owned: 84.41%
Shares Outstanding: 439.80M
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Reed Hastings
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Theodore Sarandos
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Spencer Neumann
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Jackie Lee-Joe
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Gregory Peters
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Jessica Neal
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Rachel Whetstone
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David Hyman
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Jay Hoag
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Richard Barton
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Rodolphe Belmer
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About NFLX
Netflix, Inc. is a provider of subscription streaming entertainment service. The Company has paid streaming memberships in over 190 countries and it allows members to watch a variety of television (TV) series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any Internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, without commercials. It offers a variety of streaming membership plans, the price of which varies by country and the features of the plan. Pricing on its plans ranges from $3 to $23 per month. Members can watch content from Netflix through any Internet-connected device that offers the Netflix application, including smart TVs, game consoles, streaming media players, set-top boxes, smartphones and tablets. The Company acquires, licenses and produces content, including original programing.
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