TRADER’S TRIO SPECIAL
(BETTER THAN A BAKER’S DOZEN!)
BUY THREE MONTHS OF WEEKLY OPTIONS TRADING MEMBERSHIP FOR $297 AND GET A FOURTH MONTH FREE!
Payments processed safely and securely through Paypal.
Search this site:
Tuesday, February 01, 2022by Ian Harvey
continued to move upwards on Monday, after analysts at Citi Research and Edward
Jones both upgraded the stock; and is still on a positive streak this
And, “Weekly Options USA” Members, Are Up 220% or 409%, Depending On The Strike Price, Using A Weekly Call Option!
More Profit Be Expected?
Don’t Miss Out On Further Profit!
Shares of Netflix Inc. NFLX rocketed higher on Monday for their best day in more than a year after a pair of analysts at Citi Research and Edward Jones said the stock’s selloff had gone too far.
This rise is on top of the rise last Thursday after Billionaire investor William Ackman, of Pershing Square Capital Management, had built a new stake in streaming service NFLX worth more than $1 billion.
Read the article “Netflix Stock Climbs After Ackman’s Hedge Fund Buys In!”
NFLX soared on Monday to close at $427.14, adding $42.78 (11.13%) by the close of the market.
The Trades Explained.....
Weekly Options USA Members entered this trade on Thursday, January 27, 2022 – with a choice of two strike prices.
Trade 1. Expiry of 380.
Bought at $14.85 and reached $47.55 on Monday – providing 220% potential profit.
This is a profit of $3,270 on 1 contract!
Trade 2. Expiry of 400.
Bought at $5.80 and reached $29.50 on Monday – providing 409% potential profit.
This is a profit of $2,370 on 1 contract!
The Analysts Upgrades on NFLX.....
Edward Jones analyst David Heger expects that investors could come to appreciate the wider scope of the company’s story.
“We have anticipated that as Netflix’s business matures, investors will increasingly value the stock on financial results rather than subscriber growth,” he wrote. “We still expect that Netflix can grow its long term earnings at a double-digit rate as it further expands into international markets.”
That international expansion offers ample opportunities for subscriber growth as well, Heger added. And he likes the company’s overall positioning because he believes Netflix’s investments in content have helped differentiate the service.
He raised his rating on Netflix’s stock to buy from hold.
Citi analyst Jason Bazinet upgraded Netflix stock to buy from
neutral (hold), while simultaneously adjusting the firm's price target down
from $595 to $450.
The analyst cited the decline in the stock, noting it had come under
substantial pressure in the wake of its fourth-quarter earnings report.
However, he noted that an analysis of the enterprise value per subscriber
indicate that, at the current price, investors are assuming that Netflix's
growth will flatline, with no material subscriber growth or improvement is its
user economics after 2023.
Bazinet wrote in a note to clients: "While
Netflix ... may see more modest sub growth, we see other top-line vectors. For
Netflix, we believe the firm has ample pricing power."
Netflix’s stock rise Monday also comes after co-CEO Reed Hastings bought $20 million worth of the shares, disclosed after the market closed Friday. It was Hastings’ first open-market purchase of Netflix shares since the company’s 2002 IPO, in an evident show of confidence in the stock.
Hastings added $20 million to his holdings, bringing his total share count to nearly 5.16 million shares.
The shares are down nearly 40% over the past three months – so there is plenty of room for further positive stock movement.
We Have Had A Successful Netflix Trade!
Will We Hold For Further Profit?
What Further Netflix Weekly Trades Will We Recommend?
What Other Trades Are We Anticipating?
Do You Wish To Be Part Of This Action?
For answers, join us here at Weekly Options USA, and get the full details on the next trade.
Back to Weekly Options USA Home Page from NFLX