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Jan 21st, 2015 Equity Market -NFLX, EWG, ECB plan

Energy sector rebounded today with most E&P companies up over 5%. NFLX traded up over 15% after the earning release showing the international growth is better than what people have expected. 132 more words

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Mixed Analyst Calls on Strong Netflix Earnings

Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) posted its fourth-quarter and full-year results Tuesday after the markets closed. The company reported earnings per share growth of 70.9% from the same period in the previous year and revenues grew 25.4%. 409 more words


Netflix: Enjoying A New Lease On Life, Pops $45 In After Hours Trading.


Netflix reported strong numbers this afternoon and has investors bidding the price up $45 in after hours trading. This will produce a Buyable Gap-Up tomorrow and the move should be strong enough to take out the $395 area that is the high-water mark seen after it major gap down in mid-October. 82 more words

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Netflix Earnings Solid and Subscriber Growth Cheers Investors

Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) reported fiscal fourth quarter and full-year 2014 results after markets closed Tuesday. For the quarter, the video distribution company posted diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $1.35 on revenues of $1.48 billion. 528 more words


Netflix wants to expand to 200 countries within the next two years

Netflix wants to complete its global expansion within the next two years, the company announced as part of¬†its Q4 2014 earnings release. Here’s how Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and CFO David Wells… 575 more words

What to Expect From Netflix Earnings

While analysts and investors would like to see revenues and profits grow when Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) reports fourth-quarter and full-year results after markets close Tuesday, the number that will get most of the attention is subscriber additions. 300 more words


Earnings on Deck - CNBC - JNJ, IBM & NFLX

David joins the Closing Bell gang with host Kelly Evans to discuss the earnings today from JNJ, IBM and NFLX. For IBM I guess the Emperor still has no clothes.

David Nelson