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Is There Money to Be Made With Netflix? 3 Reasons to Buy

By Jim Mueller, CFA and Austin Smith - Dec 13, 2012 at 2:51PM

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Netflix is pushing hard internationally, and it's more popular than you think.

Investors should be keenly aware of the strengths and weaknesses of every stock they're interested in -- reasons to buy, reasons to sell, the risks involved, and the opportunities to be had. In this video, Fool analyst Jim Mueller sits down with Austin Smith to talk about the bull arguments for Netflix (NFLX -0.90%).

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