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Netflix (stock symbol: NFLX) completed its initial public offering on May 23, 2002, when it raised gross proceeds of $75 million through the sale of 5,000,000 shares of common stock at $15.00 per share. The company has initially tried to go public in April 2000, but had to withdraw its registration statement when the IPO market soured. The shares have since been split two times: 2 for 1 on February 12, 2004, and 7 for 1 on July 15, 2015 The split-adjusted price of the IPO shares is $1.07.

Netflix disrupted the content distribution business by launching an online entertainment subscription site, allowing users to rent three DVDs a month for a monthly subscription charge of $ 19.95. It subsequently upended its original business model and has become the dominant company streaming content over the Internet. An increasing amount of this content is internally created by Netflix.

This board has been created for the purpose of discussing Netflix's stock price, financial prospects and actual results, the merits of its business model, the Netflix experience and entertainment content creation and distribution business in general. It is neither a Bulls nor a Bears board and all opinions are welcome.

The board is moderated and my expectation is that everyone will be civil to one another. Pretend that your mother is reading the board and that she knows your virtual handle. No name calling and please avoid engaging in political commentary unless it has a specific bearing on Netflix.

The board was originally created by RockyBalboa (a/k/a Infostream,com) on May 23, 2002.

SEC filings: sec.gov

Netflix's Investor Relations page: ir.netflix.com

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1658Netflix Close to Catching Up With Disney In Stock Market Value After Banner FirsHumbleGuy2yesterday
1657Netflix launches 30-second preview videos on mobile techcrunch.comJakeStraw-Thursday
1656Netflix can now use its competitive advantage to improve its original content spJakeStraw-Wednesday
1655 With record subscriptions, Netflix earnings trigger stock rally APRIL 16, 2018 FUBHO-Tuesday
1654NFLX is up 22 points (7%) in early trading.Glenn Petersen-Tuesday
1653Subscriber spurt in first quarter helps Netflix shine news.alphastreet.comjammy-Monday
1652Q1 18 Letter to shareholders ir.netflix.comJakeStraw-Monday
1651Comcast to include Netflix in cable bundles cnbc.comJakeStraw1April 13
1650Netflix Licensed Content Generates 80% of U.S. Viewing, Study Finds ByTodd SpanGlenn Petersen1April 12
1649Goldman Sachs Raises Netflix Price Target Ahead Of Q1 Print benzinga.comJakeStraw-April 11
1648Two big Wall Street banks just raised their Netflix stock forecasts because of iJakeStraw-April 10
1647Bullish indication in RSI and KDJ.[graphic]Alejandroo Green-April 10
1646Netflix offering more than $300 million for billboard company: sources reuters.cJakeStraw-April 6
1645Speaking of French cinema and Netflix: Report: Netflix Could Buy Europacorp BefGlenn Petersen1April 1
1644RE: Black Mirror, Ozark, Mindhunter, The Crown, and Stranger Things among them. FUBHO-March 30
1643If showing in a French cinema is a requirement for entry into Cannes and NetflixJ.F. Sebastian-March 30
1642Netflix was not banned because just people in Cannes wanted to. It was banned becountyboy-March 30
1641No, not offended, but Netflix should put out a good movie before they take offenFUBHO-March 29
1640I don't know what Netflix wanted to show there, since they probably havenJ.F. Sebastian-March 29
1639What great films has Netflix made that should have been included at Cannes? IfFUBHO-March 29
1638If you live in France you have to wait 3 years for streaming availability of theJ.F. Sebastian-March 29
1637Netflix may create TV and mobile versions of its original shows Recut and optimiTimF-March 29
1636Snobs. The heart of the ban appears to be a fusion of protectionist concerns aGlenn Petersen1March 29
1635Cannes Bans Netflix Films From Competition Because The Internet Is Bad (Or SometTimF4March 29
1634To Save Some Cash, Netflix Developed Its Own Font entrepreneur.comJakeStraw3March 22
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