What is Netflix's stock symbol?
Netflix trades on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol "NFLX."
When did Netflix's stock split? How did Netflix's stock split work?
Netflix shares split before market open on Wednesday, July 15th 2015. The 7-1 split was announced on Tuesday, June 23rd 2015. The newly issued shares were payable to shareholders after the market closes on Tuesday, July 14th 2015. An investor that had 100 shares of Netflix stock prior to the split would have 700 shares after the split.
Where is Netflix's stock going? Where will Netflix's stock price be in 2017?
46 analysts have issued 1-year price objectives for Netflix's shares. Their predictions range from $40.00 to $175.00. On average, they anticipate Netflix's stock price to reach $131.33 in the next year.
When will Netflix announce their earnings?
Netflix is scheduled to release their next quarterly earnings announcement on Monday, April, 17th 2017.
What are analysts saying about Netflix stock?
Here are some recent quotes from research analysts about Netflix stock:
- BMO Capital Markets analysts commented, "Bears may point to weak FCF in the quarter, but the Bulls win the day with very strong sub trends, helped by "re-joins" in the US and continuing traction and more localization in international markets. We remain on the sidelines in part due to the global launch of AMZN Prime Video at a ~20% lower cost, but note NFLX's results are a good reminder that IP-delivered TV is still in its infancy, there is room for multiple winners, and global rollouts like Prime's help bring attention to all OTT services." (1/19/2017)
- Jefferies Group LLC analysts commented, "Netflix reported better than expected subscriber growth (7.05M vs JEFe: 4.75M), largely driven by higher growth in international markets (+5.1M vs JEFe: +3.5M), suggesting a longer tail than we've anticipated. While the int'l sub growth will drive the stock higher, we note cash burn remains above expectations, with fixed cost leverage elusive." (1/19/2017)
- Guggenheim analysts commented, "Netflix 4Q subscriber growth results and 1Q17 guidance exceeded our prior forecasts and continue to support our underlying conviction that the company remains in the earlier stage of realizing the value of its global leadership position in Internet TV. Reported 4Q domestic net subscriber additions of 1.93mm were ahead of our/company guidance forecasts of 1.45mm, while international net subscriber additions of 5.12mm also easily surpassed our/company guidance forecasts of 3.75mm (consistent with our proprietary panel data which indicated usage growth in key markets across Europe and LATAM, link). International subscriber guidance for 1Q17 is higher than our prior estimate while domestic guidance is lower than our prior estimate as summarized within."He added, "We continue to use a DCF as our primary valuation metric for Netflix as we view the company as in an early investment phase, and believe the DCF best reflects the long-term potential value creation. Our price target is now $160 up from $150 given the company's long-term subscriber growth potential and reflecting our confidence in the success of recent initiatives. Our DCF valuation uses an 8.1% WACC and a 4.0% long-term growth rate, both of which are unchanged from our prior model." (1/19/2017)
- Cowen and Company analysts commented, "NFLX reported strong 4Q16 results led by a large US and Int'l sub beat relative to expectations, with solid 1Q17 guide, as Int'l sub guide was near our street high estimate, while US sub guide a bit light. Underlying biz trends (sub growth, improving content, etc.) driving share +8% AH. Target Price to $165 from $155 previously, maintain Outperform." (1/19/2017)
- FBR & Co analysts commented, "NFLX accelerated to surprisingly robust sub growth in 4Q16, its second quarter in a row of meaningful upside versus guidance. This argues that the disappointing performance earlier in 2016 from un-grandfathering has run its course and that some of those who dropped the service are coming back. It also, more basically, suggests that NFLX's offer is really resonating with consumers. We take a more constructive view in our long-term model and price target (raised to $144, from $100), but we retain our Market Perform rating as expectations in the equity are notably high. Additionally, as great as 4Q16 was, the outlook for 2017 is one of sub growth not accelerating from a high peak - while price hikes decelerate." (1/19/2017)
Who owns Netflix stock?
Netflix's stock is owned by a number of of retail and institutional investors. Top institutional investors include FMR LLC (4.58%), State Street Corp (3.97%), Baillie Gifford & Co. (1.71%), Sands Capital Management LLC (1.51%), Viking Global Investors LP (1.50%) and Edgewood Management LLC (0.90%). Company insiders that own Netflix stock include A George Battle, Ann Mather, David A Hyman, David B Wells, Gregory K Peters, Jay C Hoag, Jonathan Friedland, Leslie J Kilgore, Neil D Hunt, Reed Hastings, Richard N Barton, Tawni Cranz, Theodore A Sarandos and Timothy M Haley.
Who sold Netflix stock? Who is selling Netflix stock?
Netflix's stock was sold by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including Janus Capital Management LLC, Sands Capital Management LLC, FMR LLC, Light Street Capital Management LLC, J. Goldman & Co LP, Guggenheim Capital LLC, GLG LLC and Thornburg Investment Management Inc.. Company insiders that have sold Netflix stock in the last year include A George Battle, David A Hyman, David B Wells, Gregory K Peters, Neil D Hunt, Reed Hastings, Richard N Barton, Tawni Cranz, Theodore A Sarandos and Timothy M Haley.
Who bought Netflix stock? Who is buying Netflix stock?
Netflix's stock was bought by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including Viking Global Investors LP, Renaissance Technologies LLC, Edgewood Management LLC, Asset Management One Co. Ltd., State Street Corp, Russell Investments Group Ltd., AMF Pensionsforsakring AB and MIG Capital LLC.
How do I buy Netflix stock?
Shares of Netflix can be purchased through any online brokerage account. Popular online brokerages include Vanguard Brokerage Services, TD Ameritrade, E*TRADE, Scottrade, Fidelity and Charles Schwab.
How much does a share of Netflix stock cost?
One share of Netflix stock can currently be purchased for approximately $142.22.