Netflix, Inc. is an American content platform and production company founded in 1997 by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph in Scotts Valley, California. The company's primary business is a subscription-based streaming service offering online streaming from a library of films and television series, including those produced in-house. You can check Netflix share price on our website.

As of August 10, 2021, Netflix has a $203 billion capitalization, 209 million subscribers, and more than 850 Original Titles. Only in 2018, Netflix produced nearly 90000 minutes or 1500 hours of content. It would have taken more than four hours of streaming per day, every day of the year, to watch all of it.



How to buy stocks online with FBS?

You can trade contracts for difference (CFDs) on Netflix stock. CFDs reflect the NETFLIX stock price movement. It allows you to trade in both directions. In other words, you can gain from the price going up as well as from it going down.

You can also use leverage. This means that with only a small amount of money you can control much bigger financial positions. Always remember that leverage allows you to multiply your account. On the downside, you may lose a considerable part of it if the market goes against your trades.

What drives the NETFLIX stock price?

The pandemic has created incredible market conditions for Netflix, with choppy yet positive revenue growth. It was easy for Netflix to beat estimates throughout last year. However, Netflix reported 2nd Quarter June 2021 earnings of $2.97 per share on revenue of $7.3 billion. The consensus earnings estimate was $3.16 per share on revenue of $7.3 billion. The price had experienced a significant fall after the report.


The main source of income for Netflix is users’ subscriptions. Although the growth is way slower in 2021, Netflix is still the most popular streaming platform in the world.



Paid Net Adds – the amount of users, that have purchased subscription during selected period of time.

For now, NETFLIX doesn’t pay any dividends to investors, but if you want to find the companies that do pay, check out our dividend calendar.


2024-05-21 • Updated

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