NFLX Stock Forecast: Exit The Netflix Content Wars or Buy on Dips?

Opher Joseph This AVY Stock Forecast article was written by Opher Joseph – Financial Analyst, I Know First.

Summary:

  • NFLX is preparing to scale down its business expecting to lose further subscribers in the coming periods.
  • The Cash to Debt ratio of the company is 41% and the Debt to Equity ratio is 83% which indicates a heavy debt on the books of the company.
  • NFLX has also laid-off 150 staffers and also has issued a "culture" memo to its employees.

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Netflix Stock Forecast: Will Netflix survive the streaming war?

Fernando SzapiroThis Netflix Stock Forecast article was written by Fernando Szapiro – Financial Analyst at I Know First.

Summary

  • People are leaving bundle TV and going to streaming, because it offers a much better service with lower price. Netflix biggest competitor is the bundle tv, and other streaming platforms seems to be complementary.
  • Streaming market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 21% from 2021 to 2028.
  • Netflix is losing market share to its competitors as the streaming war escalates.
  • Forecasts for Netflix remain positive on revenue and subscribers.
  • NFLX stock is already considered overvalued, even though few analysts remain bullish.

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Netflix Stock Forecast: The Expansion To Video Games Can Boost NFLX to $600

motek 1The Netflix stock forecast was written by Motek Moyen Research Seeking Alpha’s #1 Writer on Long Ideas and #2 in Technology – Senior Analyst at I Know First.

Summary

  • My July 2020 take-your-profits recommendation for Netflix was correct. Netflix’s stock is now trading below $515.
  • Going forward, the recent announcement that Netflix is expanding to video games convinced me this stock is worth buying again.
  • In-app purchases from Netflix-developed mobile games can offset the big slowdown in subscriber growth.
  • Bundling free-to-play mobile games with subscription plans help Netflix retains the loyalty of its 208 million subscribers.
  • Netflix will likely maintain its $17 billion/year on producing original TV shows and movies. However, it will also allocate a few billion to game development.

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NFLX Stock Forecast: A Good Buy In The Long Run

The article was written by Jessica Kremer - Analyst at I Know First.

Summary:

  • Netflix has invested millions into their technology and development costs, allowing them to create original content and a better customer viewing experience.
  • The company grew by 10.1 million subscribers in this quarter, even beating out top estimates, and fueling my buy verdict.
  • Netflix holds strong financials and with the dramatic increases in revenue and operating income this quarter, I am confident the company will only continue to grow.

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Netflix Stock Predictions: Take Your Profits On Netflix

motek 1The article was written by Motek Moyen Research Seeking Alpha’s #1 Writer on Long Ideas and #2 in Technology – Senior Analyst at I Know First.

Summary

  • Netflix’s stock was trading less than $370 when I made my April 5 buy rating for it. The stock closed at $527 on July 16.
  • A capital gain of over 30% should be enough. NFLX went as high as $573 but the market is again feeling nervous. It dropped by more than 9% after Q2 ER.
  • Yes, the pandemic is still ongoing but I believe NFLX has maxed out its tailwind from COVID-19. I don’t expect substantial global subscription growth.
  • The persistent pandemic is forcing companies to reduce operations. This is leading to a global-wide employment loss.
  • Pandemic-caused job cuts is bad for Netflix’s paid subscription business model. Most people cannot subscribe to Netflix if they are no longer employed.

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Netflix Stock Forecast: Long-Term Path After Corona Boost

This article was written by Michael Shpits, a Financial Analyst at I Know First.

Summary:

  • Netflix stock saw growth of 18.18% over Q1 2020 with record subscriber growth of 15.77 million new global paid net subscribers.
  • Prolonged self-isolation in strong Netflix markets continues to boost stock and subscriber growth.
  • Stimulus checks in United States provide disposable capital for new potential subscribers.
  • Growth expected to wane after stay-at-home orders are lifted.
  • Steady one-year growth projected due to emboldened customer base and large portion of 2020 and 2021 programming already filmed.

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Netflix Stock Forecast: COVID-19 Is Helping NFLX Ascent To $400

motek 1The article was written by Motek Moyen Research Seeking Alpha’s #1 Writer on Long Ideas and #2 in Technology – Senior Analyst at I Know First.

Summary

  • Statista already projected that the new coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19 can boost subscriber growth of Netflix by as much as 30%.
  • Aside from playing video games, watching streaming video is currently the best entertainment for billions of quarantined people.
  • The cheap $3 mobile-only plans for Asian customers will likely help Netflix achieve 200 million subscribers before 2020 ends.
  • Robust subscriber growth will help Netflix maintain its momentum and help improve its future profitability.
  • The stock picking AI of I Know First has a super bullish one-year market trend forecast score for NFLX, $658.05.

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Netflix Stock Forecast: NFLX Will Continue To Prosper In Spite of Disney+ And Apple TV+

motek 1The article was written by Motek Moyen Research Seeking Alpha’s #1 Writer on Long Ideas and #2 in Technology – Senior Analyst at I Know First.

Summary

  • There is lingering pessimism over Netflix because of the upcoming intensified competition on paid streaming entertainment.
  • Apple TV+ will debut on November 1. Disney+ TV streaming service will also launch on November 12.
  • Many are skeptical over the future prosperity of Netflix. This is because of the low basic monthly fee of Disney+ ($6.99), and Apple TV+ ($4.99).
  • Most people are not going to abandon Netflix. The cheap monthly fees of Disney+ and Apple TV+ does not automatically mean Netflix will lose subscribers.
  • My takeaway is that people will keep their Netflix subscriptions in addition to subscribing to Apple TV+ and Disney+.

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