Netflix Inc (NFLX)

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NASDAQ : Services
Prev Close 143.25
Open 143.12
Day Low/High 142.38 / 143.92
52 Wk Low/High 79.95 / 133.27
Volume 1.56M
Avg Volume 6.85M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 430.41M
Market Cap 61.45B
EPS 0.40
P/E Ratio 332.05
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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Home Depot, Visa, Netflix Are Rocket Stocks to Watch

Home Depot, Visa, Netflix Are Rocket Stocks to Watch

Without further ado, here's a look at this week's Rocket Stocks.

Here's Why Visa, Merck and Home Depot Are Primed to Lead the S&P Higher

Here's Why Visa, Merck and Home Depot Are Primed to Lead the S&P Higher

These stocks are showing short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth potential. Here's how to trade them.

The LG G6 Smartphone Is The First Mobile Phone To Support Dolby Vision High Dynamic Range (HDR) Technology. (Photo: Business Wire)

The LG G6 Smartphone Is The First Mobile Phone To Support Dolby Vision High Dynamic Range (HDR) Technology. (Photo: Business Wire)

Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE:DLB) and LG Electronics (LG), today announced that the LG G6 smartphone will be the first mobile phone to support Dolby Vision high dynamic range (HDR) technology.

Apple's Oscar Moment Is Coming

Apple's Oscar Moment Is Coming

Amazon made history this year as the first internet company to score an Oscar nomination for Best Picture, but it could soon be overtaken by Apple.

Netflix Inks Comedian Tracy Morgan

Netflix Inks Comedian Tracy Morgan

Tracy Morgan's 'Staying Alive' stand-up special will premiere on Netflix in May.

Why Apple Won't Be Hurt by Denouncing Trump's Transgender Policy Rollback

Why Apple Won't Be Hurt by Denouncing Trump's Transgender Policy Rollback

Apple's continued denouncement of Trump's policy agenda doesn't stand a chance of hurting the tech giant's bottom line.

Here's Why U.S. Spending in Apple's App Store Jumped 15% in 2016

Here's Why U.S. Spending in Apple's App Store Jumped 15% in 2016

The success of Apple's services businesses and hardware unit are intertwined.

Why China's Baidu Still Hasn't Recovered From Setbacks in 2016

Why China's Baidu Still Hasn't Recovered From Setbacks in 2016

The internet search giant is expected to report a decline in profit and revenue after today's market close.

Netflix Unveils March Release Schedule

Netflix Unveils March Release Schedule

'Jurassic Park' and 'Friday After Next' are just some of the titles coming to Netflix in March.

Why Apple Can Compete in Original Content Despite Its Late Start

Why Apple Can Compete in Original Content Despite Its Late Start

The technology giant, which is sitting on nearly $250 billion in cash, plans to leverage its Apple Music subscriber base.

Vice's Big Bet on Mobile TV in the Age of Facebook and YouTube

Vice's Big Bet on Mobile TV in the Age of Facebook and YouTube

Rather than solely battle the two titans for digital advertising, Vice has invested heavily in video for online, mobile and most ambitiously, television viewing.

This bull has legs

This bull has legs

The current bull market is the second longest in history

A Facebook Deal to Stream MLB Games Would Be a Big Win

This is in tune with FB's existing revenue strategy and meshes well with its growing interest in attacking the TV advertising market.

Why Snap's Claim That TV Is Dying Is a Big Exaggeration

Why Snap's Claim That TV Is Dying Is a Big Exaggeration

Snap's business model is based on the argument that young people are watching much less TV, preferring to spend more time on social media. But that claim may be overstated.

The 'Old' 4 Horsemen Are Riding High, Once Again

The 'Old' 4 Horsemen Are Riding High, Once Again

These former tech stars have ridden rocky waves to come out on top, rewarding patient investors along the way.

Market Not Laced With Kool-Aid; Apple Could Become a Consumer-Products Company: Jim Cramer's View

Market Not Laced With Kool-Aid; Apple Could Become a Consumer-Products Company: Jim Cramer's View

Cramer shares his views on how tired he is of hearing about Kool-Aid, and wonders if Apple could be valued as a consumer-products company one day.

Amazon Could Be Developing Its Own Pay TV Channel

Amazon Could Be Developing Its Own Pay TV Channel

The move would be a way to capitalize on Amazon's growing portfolio of premium content, but it's not necessarily a slam dunk.

Pay Tech Goes Shopping With a Bigger Budget

Pay Tech Goes Shopping With a Bigger Budget

Vantiv, Global Payments and other could look beyond tuck-ins to major consolidation.

Apple's Unique Way of Doing Business May Be Starting to Become a Liability

Apple's Unique Way of Doing Business May Be Starting to Become a Liability

A pair of new reports suggest Apple's business philosophy might be preventing it from making needle-moving acquisitions of big companies, as well as succeeding with Apple TV.

Why Apple Rarely Makes Large Acquisitions

Why Apple Rarely Makes Large Acquisitions

You won't notice an "iPhone Chief" listed in Apple's staff directory.

CBS Future Looks Bright Despite Revenue Miss: What Wall Street's Saying

CBS Future Looks Bright Despite Revenue Miss: What Wall Street's Saying

CBS missed on its top line in the fourth quarter, but Wall Street is paying more attention to how the media giant is executing its five-year targets.

Avoid Apple and Buy Home Depot Instead

Avoid Apple and Buy Home Depot Instead

While these stocks may be priced similarly, the home improvement giant is a much better value.

Cramer: If You Think I'm Drinking the Kool-Aid, Swallow This

Cramer: If You Think I'm Drinking the Kool-Aid, Swallow This

Some tried-and-true indicators show what's really going on with the market.

CBS All Access Streaming Service on Fire Ahead of Earnings Report

CBS All Access Streaming Service on Fire Ahead of Earnings Report

The broadcast channel owner can point to price target raises and buy ratings ahead of the release of its 2016 fourth-quarter earnings.

Stocks in the stratosphere

Stocks in the stratosphere

Some 36 S&P 500 stocks have hit all-time highs

Rupert Murdoch Doesn't Push Fox Film Studio Politically, Says CEO Snider

Rupert Murdoch Doesn't Push Fox Film Studio Politically, Says CEO Snider

Fox studio chief Stacey Snider says she's under no pressure from Rupert Murdoch to make films that might appeal to voters who elected Donald Trump president.

The Internet Isn't Yet Ready for the Video Explosion

The Internet Isn't Yet Ready for the Video Explosion

Verizon's point man on operating the Internet says the gigantic network of wires, switches and towers has a lot of work to do to prepare for the video explosion.

Facebook Announces New TV App in Move to Become Video Destination

Facebook Announces New TV App in Move to Become Video Destination

The social media giant is set to launch a new app in the coming months that will be available on Apple TV and Amazon's Fire TV.