Netflix Inc (NFLX)

95.94
NASDAQ : Services
Prev Close 95.83
Day Low/High 95.43 / 96.97
52 Wk Low/High 79.95 / 133.27
Avg Volume 10.84M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 428.73M
Market Cap 41.08B
EPS 0.30
P/E Ratio 299.47
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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Boardroom Misconduct, Dovish Fed Commentary Spark Rally

Nasdaq breaks out of its 14-month trendline of rising highs.

Why Netflix (NFLX) is a Top Tech Stock

Why Netflix (NFLX) is a Top Tech Stock

RBC Capital Markets Mark Mahaney explained his 'outperform' rating, and $130 price target on Netflix (NFLX).

Netflix Shares Dip on Growth Outlook

Netflix Shares Dip on Growth Outlook

An underwhelming conference presentation and M Science report were pulling down Netflix shares.

Closing Bell: Netflix Falls on Subscriber Concerns; U.S. Stocks Climb

Closing Bell: Netflix Falls on Subscriber Concerns; U.S. Stocks Climb

Stocks extend gains after the Federal Reserve opts to leave interest rates at crises levels for another month.

5 Big-Volume Stocks to Add to Your Buy List -- Plus 2 to Avoid

5 Big-Volume Stocks to Add to Your Buy List -- Plus 2 to Avoid

Here's a technical look at how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market right now.

Trending Tickers: KMX, HOG, NFLX

Trending Tickers: KMX, HOG, NFLX

CarMax shares slide as showroom turnout seems to be falling in tandem with loan quality.

Lyft Co-Founder Zimmer Says Business Not for Sale, Focused on the Future

Lyft Co-Founder Zimmer Says Business Not for Sale, Focused on the Future

Lyft co-founder and President John Zimmer discussed the potential sale of the company, the future of the ride sharing business and competition with Uber.

Here's a Reason Why Netflix (NFLX) Stock Is Falling Today

Here's a Reason Why Netflix (NFLX) Stock Is Falling Today

Netflix (NFLX) stock was trading lower Wednesday morning as M Science said that the company might add zero paid U.S. subscribers in the third quarter.

Netflix's Original Content Binge and Hollywood's Fears Could Give Amazon, Others an Opening

Netflix's Original Content Binge and Hollywood's Fears Could Give Amazon, Others an Opening

The streaming leader is directing more of its spending towards original content, and its size is making the media industry uneasy. Amazon, HBO and Hulu should look to take advantage.

Cord-Cutting Accelerates as Millennials Start New Households

Cord-Cutting Accelerates as Millennials Start New Households

The number of people terminating their pay-TV contract is increasing, especially among young people.

Will Netflix (NFLX) Stock Be Hurt as China Expansion Lags?

Will Netflix (NFLX) Stock Be Hurt as China Expansion Lags?

Netflix (NFLX) CEO Reed Hastings said the company still hasn't been able to enter the Chinese market as it must obtain a government license.

GoPro Needs More Than a Drone to Solve Its Problems

GoPro Needs More Than a Drone to Solve Its Problems

The company has more issues, although the drone looks cool.

Here's How Pandora and Spotify Plan to Finally Make Money

Here's How Pandora and Spotify Plan to Finally Make Money

The pure-play streaming music companies are finding new ways to gain market share and dollars as the war over the streaming music business continues to heat up.

Comcast Plans Wireless Service Debut in Mid-2017, Roberts Says

Comcast Plans Wireless Service Debut in Mid-2017, Roberts Says

Comcast plans to debut a wireless offering in mid-2017, signaling the potential for stepped-up competition for Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile.

Buzz Probably Won't Last for GoPro

Buzz Probably Won't Last for GoPro

New drone looks cool, but that can't mask company's larger issues.

Time to Chill on the Relevance of FANG

Time to Chill on the Relevance of FANG

The setup seen today in these four stocks can be found among many other equities.

Jim Cramer: Keep an Eye on Netflix Signups

Jim Cramer: Keep an Eye on Netflix Signups

TheStreet's Jim Cramer weighs in about what's next for Netflix shares.

Hillary Clinton Stock Portfolio Down Slightly Amid Tough Week for the Candidate

Hillary Clinton Stock Portfolio Down Slightly Amid Tough Week for the Candidate

Last week was not a great one for Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail, or for the stocks that might benefit from her presidency.

Netflix Can Break out Soon

Netflix Can Break out Soon

Plus, charts from ALGN, HALO and CME.

Will FANG Stocks Keep Biting Back?

Will FANG Stocks Keep Biting Back?

Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google (now Alphabet) have been rising, in defiance of market volatility. This trend appears set to continue in the week ahead.

Netflix (NFLX) Sued by Fox For Illegally Hiring its Employees

Netflix (NFLX) Sued by Fox For Illegally Hiring its Employees

Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA) has filed a lawsuit against Netflix (NFLX) for hiring two of its employees while they were still under contract with Fox.

Jim Cramer's Top Takeaways: Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts; Home Depot, Lowe's

Jim Cramer's Top Takeaways: Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts; Home Depot, Lowe's

Cramer says you should gamble on the casino stocks, particularly Wynn Resorts.

Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Nothing's Changed -- Own Apple, Don't Trade It

Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Nothing's Changed -- Own Apple, Don't Trade It

Apple stock has jumped 21% since May when Cramer said buy at $93. Did you listen?

Why Investors Should Still Be Optimistic About Netflix

Why Investors Should Still Be Optimistic About Netflix

Despite two challenging quarters, the streaming media giant's profit potential is large and under-appreciated, says an analyst at RBC Capital Markets.

For Amazon, Netflix, Google, It's All About Consumer Data

For Amazon, Netflix, Google, It's All About Consumer Data

Big data are breaking apart the entertainment industry and the big winners are the outfits that own the data.

The EU's Copyright Ideas Are Nettlesome for Alphabet and Facebook, But Positive for Netflix

The EU's Copyright Ideas Are Nettlesome for Alphabet and Facebook, But Positive for Netflix

Alphabet and Facebook can't be thrilled to see the EU's proposed copyright rules, but the revenue impact should be limited. Meanwhile, Netflix and Amazon could benefit.

Why Amazon, Netflix and Google Are Upending the Entertainment Industry

Why Amazon, Netflix and Google Are Upending the Entertainment Industry

Big data is breaking apart the entertainment industry and the big winners are the outfits that own the data.