Netflix Inc (NFLX)

120.81
NASDAQ : Services
Prev Close 117.22
Day Low/High 116.75 / 120.98
52 Wk Low/High 79.95 / 133.27
Avg Volume 9.54M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 429.15M
Market Cap 50.30B
EPS 0.30
P/E Ratio 316.81
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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Cramer: Some Stocks Aren't Following the Script

Cramer: Some Stocks Aren't Following the Script

That's a nice surprise, but tech is still among the victims of the chaos.

Why Netflix Stock Just Got More Attractive

Why Netflix Stock Just Got More Attractive

The video streaming service will now allow customers to download videos, giving it a better edge to compete against Amazon. But is it still a buy?

Look at Silver Miners and Some Names That Have Pulled Back

Look at Silver Miners and Some Names That Have Pulled Back

I'm feeling pressure to force some trades today, but I'm trying to stay selective.

Cramer: We Need the FANGs to Bite on This Critical Day

Cramer: We Need the FANGs to Bite on This Critical Day

Plus other sectors to watch in this rotation.

Jim Cramer -- Amazon Is Key to Nasdaq's Resurgence

Jim Cramer -- Amazon Is Key to Nasdaq's Resurgence

Tech investors need Amazon to come back to life, Cramer said.

Controlling User Experience Key to AT&T-Time Warner Deal

Controlling User Experience Key to AT&T-Time Warner Deal

John Martin, CEO of Time Warner's Turner unit, at a Recode event Wednesday offered some of the thinking that went into the media company's October decision to sell to AT&T.

Should You Be Expecting More Disney Movies on Netflix Soon?

Should You Be Expecting More Disney Movies on Netflix Soon?

Netflix could be joining the Magic Kingdom.

Disney (DIS) Shouldn't Buy Netflix Now, Top Traders Advise

Disney (DIS) Shouldn't Buy Netflix Now, Top Traders Advise

Disney (DIS) wouldn't be wrong to consider acquiring Netflix (NFLX), according to a note from Bernstein on Thursday.

Tech Stocks Pulling Back

Tech Stocks Pulling Back

Now isn't the time to be greedy, so consider cashing in some tech bets.

Disney Has 'Great Things' Coming: More Squawk From Jim Cramer

Disney Has 'Great Things' Coming: More Squawk From Jim Cramer

Disney could drive movie theater profits in 2017, theater owners told TheStreet's Jim Cramer. Could a deal for Netflix be next?

Why Disney Snapping Up Netflix Makes Surprisingly Good Sense

Why Disney Snapping Up Netflix Makes Surprisingly Good Sense

While undoubtedly expensive and dilutive, a deal for the online video streamer would boost Disney as its own media networks start to lag, argues a Bernstein analyst.

Why Small-Caps Are Crushing Big Techs

Why Small-Caps Are Crushing Big Techs

The Russell 2000 is soaring, but the FANGs have lost their bite.

In Case You Missed It Wednesday: Trump Gets Trumped by OPEC Cartel

In Case You Missed It Wednesday: Trump Gets Trumped by OPEC Cartel

Wall Street was torn in two with the energy sector marching the Dow Jones Industrial Average higher, while health care and tech weighed on the Nasdaq.

Netflix Proves Its Pragmatism by Matching Amazon on Downloads

Netflix Proves Its Pragmatism by Matching Amazon on Downloads

Netflix once said offline viewing was 'never going to happen' but it can't ignore Amazon Prime Video's growing popularity. Recent international launches may have also played a role.

Why Small-Caps Are Crushing Big Techs

Why Small-Caps Are Crushing Big Techs

The Russell 2000 is soaring, but the FANGs have lost their bite.

Cramer: Trump's Picks for Commerce, Treasury Are Get-It-Done Guys

Cramer: Trump's Picks for Commerce, Treasury Are Get-It-Done Guys

They're part of the president-elect's pro-business agenda.

Killing Net Neutrality Won't Be Easy, Even for President Trump

Killing Net Neutrality Won't Be Easy, Even for President Trump

The president-elect and his advisers are no fans of network neutrality, but getting rid of the policy in the Supreme Court or Congress would be challenging.

AT&T Takes on Netflix and Amazon

AT&T Takes on Netflix and Amazon

AT&T is promising DirecTV content on just about every screen you might own.

TiVo, Netflix Sign Licensing Deal

TiVo, Netflix Sign Licensing Deal

The two entertainment companies have struck an agreement for a product partnership as well as an intellectual property deal.

The Pockets of Speculative Action Have Dried Up

The Pockets of Speculative Action Have Dried Up

There simply aren't many compelling trades on my screen.

Here's How charity: water Is Turning the Charity Space Upside Down

Here's How charity: water Is Turning the Charity Space Upside Down

charity: water is disrupting the charity space, by betting that consumers will make fixed monthly donations, similar to a Netflix or Spotify subscription.

How Amazon Is Getting Big Businesses to Stop Worrying and Love the Cloud

How Amazon Is Getting Big Businesses to Stop Worrying and Love the Cloud

Though competition is getting tougher, Amazon Web Services is doing what's needed to land major enterprise deals and deter customers from leaving for Microsoft or Google's clouds.

Rev's Forum: Strategic Thinking to Deal With an Extended Market Rotation

Rev's Forum: Strategic Thinking to Deal With an Extended Market Rotation

This rotation has been going on for about three weeks now, and it is growing old.

The Pullback May Be Starting

The Pullback May Be Starting

Traders should be looking on the short side of this market.

Futures Flat as Investors Take Profits; Asia Mixed

Futures Flat as Investors Take Profits; Asia Mixed

Futures remain soft, but analysts believe rally still has steam.

TiVo And Netflix Enter Into Product And Intellectual Property Agreements

TiVo And Netflix Enter Into Product And Intellectual Property Agreements

TiVo Corporation (NASDAQ: TIVO), the global leader in entertainment technology and audience insights, and Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX), the world's leading Internet TV network, today announced they signed licensing agreements...

Everyone Must Compete With Amazon.com: More Squawk From Jim Cramer

Everyone Must Compete With Amazon.com: More Squawk From Jim Cramer

Amazon.com (AMZN) is facing increased competition from other data centers, TheStreet's Jim Cramer said on CNBC.