If you are a Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) addict liek myself then you likely wait anxiously all month long for the following month’s list of new shows and new seaons coming to the streaming video service. Well, that time has finally come, and the list reads as following.
Jan 1 – Angry Birds Toons: Season 1
Jan 1 – Forensic Files: Collection 2
Jan 1 – Friday Night Tykes: Season 1-2
Jan 1 – Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle: Season 3
Jan 1 – Under Arrest: Season 1: Put Some Clothes On
Jan 2 – I’ll Have What Phil’s Having: Season 1
Jan 3 – Sofia the First: Season 2
Jan 5 – It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 10
Jan 5 – New Girl: Season 4
Jan 8 – Dragons: Race to the Edge: Season 2
Jan 11 – Littlest Pet Shop: Season 4
Jan 13 – Parks and Recreation: Season 7
Jan 15 – Degrassi: The Next Class: Season 1
Jan 15 – Sirens: Season 2
Jan 17 – Z Nation: Season 2
Jan 21 – When Calls the Heart: Season 2
Jan 25 – From Dusk Till Dawn: Season 2
The stock decreased 1.18% or $1.39 during the last trading session, hitting $116.63. Approximately 11.66M shares traded hands. NFLX shares have declined 80.90% since May 18, 2015 and are currently downtrending. It has underperformed the S&P500 by 78.63%.
From a total of 25 analysts covering Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) stock, 20 rate it a “Buy”, 0 a “Sell”, and 5 a “Hold”. This means that 80% of the ratings are positive. The highest target price is $175 while the lowest target price is $72. The mean of all analyst targets is $132.72 which is 13.80% above today’s ($116.63) stock price. Netflix was the topic of 36 analyst reports since August 4, 2015 according to the firm StockzIntelligence Inc. Topeka Capital Markets maintained shares on November 16 with a “Buy” rating. BMO Capital Markets initiated shares with a”Market Perform” rating and a $115 target share price in their report from an October 9. Oppenheimer maintained NFLX stock in a recent report from October 15 with a “Outperform” rating. Vetr upgraded the rating on September 1. Vetr has a “Hold” rating and a $122.24 price target on shares. Finally, JP Morgan maintained the stock with a “Overweight” rating in a report they issued on an October 15.
The institutional sentiment increased to 1.54 in Q2 2015. It’s up 0.29, from 1.25 in 2015Q2. The ratio improved, as 58 funds sold all their Netflix, Inc. shares they owned while 194 reduced their positions. 149 funds bought stakes while 238 increased their total positions. Institutions now own 639.63 million shares which is 1081.93% more than the previous share count of 54.12 million in 2015Q2.
Srs Investment Management Llc holds 40.42% of its total portfolio in Netflix, Inc., equating to 11.81 million shares. Technology Crossover Management Vii Ltd. owns 5.04 million shares representing 34.23% of their total US portfolio. Moreover, Ctc Llc has 33.44% of their total portfolio invested in the company, equating to 645,718 shares. The Pennsylvania-based Barton Investment Management has a total of 29.76% of their portfolio invested in the stock. Tiger Global Management Llc, a New York-based fund reported 18.00 million shares owned.
Since February 25, 2015, the stock had 0 buys, and 23 selling transactions for a total of $86.89 million in net activity. Barton Richard N sold 2,800 shares worth $281,260. Hastings Reed sold 86,037 shares worth $8.68M. Battle A George sold 49,000 shares worth $5.29 million. Cranz Tawni sold 1,512 shares worth $190,179. The insider Peters Gregory K sold 6,545 shares worth $841,491.
Netflix, Inc. is a provider of Internet television network. The company has a market cap of $50.44 billion. The Firm has over 57 million streaming members in over 50 countries. It has 311 P/E ratio. The Company’s members can watch more than two billion hours of television shows and movies per month, including original series, documentaries and feature films on Internet-connected screen.