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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.

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1723Hmmm…content from Chevron. That should be worth ten bucks a month. :) I don’t tGlenn Petersen-yesterday
1722There is also rumor that Chevron will offer original 2 min content at their gas ggamer-yesterday
1721Netflix is creating a comedy radio channel with SiriusXM BesidesJakeStraw1yesterday
1720Walmart is reportedly planning a video streaming service to compete with NetflixGlenn Petersen1yesterday
1719I wonder if the decline in growth is related to the company’s choice of Board ofKurthend-Monday
1718Apparently it is to FUBHO? In any case, to answer your question, setting a stopJ.F. Sebastian-Monday
1717$15k will also buy you a very nice bicycle. trekbikes.comFUBHO-Monday
1716Used electric cars available for $8000. $15k is not nothing.walking corpse-Monday
1715You gotta be kidding. $15k is nothing. That's like half a shitty car. If FUBHO-Monday
1714$403 at 4:03 pm, $349 at 4:10 pm. I just lost $15000. Why the fuck didn't I walking corpse-Monday
1713Damn, timing is everything...FUBHO-Monday
1712Netflix missed its subscriber addition projections for the first time in five quJakeStraw1Monday
1711Shareholder Letter - s22.q4cdn.comJakeStraw-Monday
1710Netflix downgraded to underperform at Buckingham, with analyst Matthew Harrigan JakeStraw1Monday
17095 Things to Watch for When Netflix Reports Earnings on Monday The streaming giaGlenn Petersen1Sunday
1708At one time I loved Blockbuster. I would rent movies there but also video games.J.F. Sebastian1Sunday
1707 Back in 1991 a guy we had working for us had a friend that owned a video rentalSI Ron (Soup Nazi)-last Saturday
1706Blockbuster, from 9,000 stories to one: There’s now just one Blockbuster remainGlenn Petersen-last Saturday
1705Netflix just beat out HBO in Emmy nods, snapping HBO's 17-year streak StJ.F. Sebastian1last Thursday
1704Netflix shares fall after UBS downgrades stock on valuation, analyst says good nJakeStraw-last Thursday
1703Credit Suisse analyst Douglas Mitchelson assumes coverage on Netflix shares withJakeStraw-July 11
1702Netflix gets rare sell rating from analyst on concern about subscriber growth MJ.F. Sebastian-July 3
1701Netflix is trouncing the competition as younger viewers love it marketwatch.comJakeStraw-July 3
1700Netflix had its price target raised by analysts at Cowen Inc from $375.00 to $43JakeStraw-July 3
1699House of Cards is HBO...It's on Netflix - netflix.comJakeStraw-June 29
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