The Netflix stock price is hurting because of its slowing domestic subscriber growth. While this is a legitimate concern, Netflix stock has many other good things going for it.
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The Netflix stock price is up more than 7.6% to $97.78 in the last month as markets have stabilized and stocks have rallied. That outpaces gains of 3.3% and 4.2% for the Dow Jones and Nasdaq in the same time.
Despite the rally, the Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) stock price is down 15.16% year to date, and NFLX continues to be one of the most volatile stocks on the market. That's why we have a very specific recommendation on how to profit from Netflix stock.
Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) smashed quarterly earnings after the bell yesterday (Tuesday), but the Netflix stock price is down 10% today.
And that Netflix stock price drop reinforces the NFLX investing strategy we've been showing readers for months.
Following Q4 and full-year 2015 results due after today's close, many investors are wondering if they should buy Netflix stock.
And when looking for advice on Netflix stock, almost every investor overlooks the most important part about investing in NFLX.
The Netflix stock price is down once again on news that technology group ITG Research projects Netflix's projections of domestic user growth for Q4 2015 is off.
ITG Research believes that Netflix will only report an increase of 1.13 million new domestic users, while Netflix projected an addition of 1.3 million new subscribers.
The Netflix stock price is down roughly 3% today as investors react to negative news from China, lower oil prices, and worldwide turmoil.
But despite the volatility, the NFLX stock price is still faring better than many other tech stocks in the first week of trading for 2016.
The Netflix stock price is down 10% today (Thursday) after Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) reported a Q3 earnings miss after the bell yesterday.
Now that shares are trading near $100, investors have been asking us, "Should I buy Netflix stock?"
Netflix earnings for Q3 2015 come out today (Wednesday), and investors are anxiously awaiting the company's newest user growth total.
Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) stock is always volatile following earnings, so don't be surprised if there is a major price swing in afterhours trading tonight.
When you just look at share price, Netflix stock is one of the most expensive trading on the market today.
Netflix shares rank No. 240 among the most expensive stocks that trade in the United States, according to Finviz. The Netflix stock price has climbed 130% in 2015, opening at $112.85 today. Netflix held a stock split in July that brought its share price down from over $700 to about $100.
The Netflix stock price was up slightly today (Friday) after the company announced it will be raising the price of its basic monthly service from $8.99 to $9.99 per month.
The news was announced on Thursday, and Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) stock climbed 12% intraday. It closed up 6.3% to $114.93.
Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) stock is down another 0.3% in early trading this morning (Monday). NFLX stock is now down nearly 11% since Aug. 1.
Netflix stock reached an all-time high of $129.29 on Aug. 5, but has since dropped more than 20% in less than two months.
The Netflix stock price is down another 4.8% in early trading this morning (Friday) and has now dipped 13.3% since Aug. 6.
Yesterday, shares of Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) were down 7.8% as many tech stocks felt the heat of the market's sell-off. On Thursday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 350 points, and the Nasdaq dropped 141 points.
Money Morning Technical Trading Specialist D.R. Barton joined FOX Business' "Varney & Company"Thursday, offering insight on a number of hot stocks, including Tesla Motors Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA) and Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX).
In rapid-fire fashion, Barton gave Varney and the panel a concise course of action for each stock.
The Netflix stock price rose to an all-time high of $129.20 Wednesday morning on heavy volume.
The jump pushed year-to-date gains to a whopping 160%, making Netflix shares look extremely overvalued.
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