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With its current market cap of $153.8 billion, Netflix again provokes concerns that it has become an investment bubble.
Netflix Inc. will get a chance next week to validate the more than $40 billion added to its market value since the company’s blowout earnings report in April. The main question hanging over Netflix’s second-quarter results -- much like the first -- is whether the company can add enough streaming subscribers to satisfy investors, whose bullish bets have made the stock the second-best performer in the S&P 500 Index this year. Netflix silenced critics in the first quarter, adding almost 1 million more subscribers than analysts projected. But analysts have made that task more difficult in recent months by raising subscriber estimates, even as some question the stock’s valuation. “It’s possible expectations have gotten ahead of themselves,” Macquarie analyst Tim Nollen said in a research note ahead of the results. “It may take a solid beat to keep the stock momentum going.” Nollen has the equivalent of a buy rating on the...
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Netflix finally allows Indian filmmakers the freedom to showcase their provocative politics without compromising on scale.
Hannah Gadsby suggests that if her routine sounds like a diatribe against cis white men, it is so.
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Shemaroo may produce some content, but sees controlled spending on content and platform maintenance as a key difference between its planned app and Netflix.
Netflix is now the most highly valued media company but market value is a function of stock price, and in this case that price is based more on investors’ hopes than concrete financials.