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Video: Is Netflix Really Smart? Or Really Stupid?

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Saturday Night Quarterback says (on Sunday), for the week ahead expect…

... earnings from Netflix (NFLX), scheduled for release after the market close on Thursday, January 17, to be a BIG TEST to see whether this big bounce turns into a sustained rally. Netflix shares gained another 4% on Friday after analysts at Raymond James and UBS boosted their ratings on the stock. Netflix has now […]

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Last night Netflix soared on earnings and lower forward guidance didn’t count–today?

After the market close yesterday, October 16, Netflix (NFLX) announced third quarter earnings of 89 cents a share, a huge 21 cents a share above Wall Street projections. Revenues climbed 34% year over year to $4 billion against analyst estimates of $3.99 billion. The company added 6.96 million new subscribers, well above the 5 million […]

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Yesterday’s slump in the NASDAQ: Is the market worried about earnings from Facebook and Amazon?

The NASDAQ Composite Index broke higher out of the gate yesterday, July 24, climbing to 7928 at 9:39 a.m. New York time and staying solidly to the upside through 10:22 at 7924.53 on strong earnings from Alphabet (GOOG). But then the index proceeded to slide lower to 7814 at 1:45 p.m. before moving up slightly […]

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Next earnings season test after Netflix? Microsoft

The Netflix (NFLX) drop yesterday (14.27%) and today (5.24%, which actually showed a recovery from the after-hours tumble) on the company's disappointing guidance for the third quarter says that we're still on track for a test of the earnings rally. But the test has become a bit more focused after the Netflix news. While that […]

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Fed chief’s Senate talk calms markets after Netflix guidance disappointment

In his semiannual Senate testimony on the state of the U.S. economy this morning Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell gave the U.S. economy a strong thumbs up--at least if the tariff war doesn't hit the global economy too badly. (Powell completed his testimony tomorrow in front of the House of Representatives.) The fundamentals of U.S. […]

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Testing the rally: Netflix beats on earnings but lowers guidance

This is exactly the scenario I've been worried about. Now let's see how the market reacts tomorrow Today, after the market close, Netflix (NFLX) reported second quarter earnings of 85 cents a share that beat the consensus analyst projection of $79 cents. (The whisper earnings projection had climbed to 81 cents before the news. There's […]

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Saturday Night Quarterback (on a Sunday) says, For the week ahead expect…

...one more week of this technology driven, upward trend in the U.S. market as we head into the first tech earnings report with Netflix (NFLX) on Monday, July 16. Wall Street analysts are expecting huge earnings growth from the tech stocks that led the market upward last week. (The Technology Sector Select SPDR (XLK) was […]

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Earnings season “enthusiasm” has kicked in

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Notes You Need for December 13: Updated 5:40 p.m.–Apple, Netflix, Chipotle, Smith & Wesson

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