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What's Next for Netflix?

In today's edition of Motley Fool Money, our top analysts weigh in on Netflix's (NASDAQ: NFLX  ) most recent blowout quarter. 

The last couple of months have been fantastic for business, but questions remain. Investors will need to consider how Netflix pays for content, continues to add members, and manages its still premium multiple.

These are must-know issues for investors, which is why we've released a brand-new premium report on Netflix. Inside, you'll learn about the key opportunities and risks facing the company, as well as reasons to buy or sell the stock. We're also offering a full year of updates as key news hits, so make sure to click here and claim a copy today.

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  • Report this Comment On January 27, 2013, at 1:11 AM, AceInMySleeve wrote:

    Netflix was the top performing stock in the S&P 500 last quarter, so expectations hadn't been all that low.

    I think you nailed it when questioning international and the pace of it. I think when the bears remass their forces that will be the subject of interest. If I had been an analyst on the Q&A I would have hammered on this. It's not clear to me why they are not accelerating on that front. It will be 9+ months since the Nordic launch minimum before the next one, and the Nordics are combined the size of Canada. That pace does not allow them to conquer europe and the rest of the world quickly. So the bottomline question is what is driving the caution?

    Netflix is targetting global profitability, so that domestic gains + international losses > 0. I can't say I understand this reasoning. Each opportunity should be evaluated based on its own merits, and the earlier they launch the better. They must have concerns about the model, and that's troubling to me.

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