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Netflix Inc

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73 / 100
High Growth
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$595.78arrow_drop_up1.38%$8.13

Income Statement (NFLX)

itemDec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023Dec 2022
EBIT$1.49B$1.91B$1.82B$1.71B$549.90M
EBITDA$5.33B$5.58B$5.35B$5.26B$4.58B
gross Profit$3.52B$3.61B$3.51B$3.35B$2.44B
NET Income$937.83M$1.67B$1.48B$1.30B$55.28M
total Revenue$8.83B$8.54B$8.18B$8.16B$7.85B

Balance Sheet (NFLX)

itemDec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023Dec 2022
cash Equivalents-$2.11B$3.00B$2.92B$1.07B
net Debt$7.42B$6.94B$6.80B$7.72B$9.20B
stockholders Equity$20.58B$22.10B$22.83B$21.82B$20.77B
total Assets$48.73B$49.50B$50.81B$49.49B$48.59B
total Debt$14.54B$14.30B$14.46B$14.43B$14.35B
total Liabilities$28.14B$27.39B$27.98B$27.66B$27.81B

Cash Flow (NFLX)

itemDec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023Dec 2022
financing Cash Flow-$2.45B-$2.47B-$649.34M-$374.07M$6.70M
free Cash Flow$1.58B$1.88B$1.33B$2.11B$332.26M
investing Cash Flow-$130.15M-$165.91M-$263.65M-$1.58B
operating Cash Flow$1.66B$1.99B$1.44B$2.17B$443.85M

Netflix Inc (NFLX) Financials

Netflix Inc (NFLX) is a leading provider of streaming services for movies and television shows. The company operates an online platform that allows subscribers to stream content on various devices, including smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs. Netflix generates its revenue primarily from subscription fees paid by its customers. As of December 31, 2021, the company had over 265 million paid subscribers worldwide.

The income statement of Netflix Inc (NFLX) provides a detailed overview of the company's revenues, expenses, and net income. In 2021, the company reported total revenue of $33.93 billion, representing a significant increase compared to the previous year. This growth in revenue can be attributed to the continued expansion of Netflix's subscriber base and the success of its original content.

The gross profit of Netflix Inc (NFLX) measures the company's profitability before considering expenses such as operating costs, interest, and taxes. In 2021, Netflix reported a gross profit of $15.39 billion, indicating a healthy margin on its streaming services.

Netflix's EBIT, or earnings before interest and taxes, is an important measure of the company's profitability. In 2021, the company reported EBIT of $5.58 billion. This figure reflects the operating income generated by Netflix's streaming services, excluding interest expenses and taxes.

EBITDA, or earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization, is another key financial metric that provides insight into Netflix's financial performance. In 2021, Netflix's EBITDA was $8.05 billion, demonstrating the company's ability to generate strong cash flows from its operations.

Netflix's net income from stockholders, also known as net income attributable to common stockholders, represents the profit that is available to be distributed to the company's shareholders. In 2021, Netflix reported net income of $2.76 billion, reflecting the company's ability to convert its revenue into profit.

The balance sheet of Netflix Inc (NFLX) provides a snapshot of the company's financial position at a specific point in time. As of December 31, 2021, Netflix had total assets of $53.03 billion, including cash, investments, and property. The company's total liabilities were $24.33 billion, which includes both short-term and long-term debt.

Netflix's cash equivalents, which are short-term investments that can be easily converted into cash, were $8.12 billion as of December 31, 2021. This liquidity allows Netflix to meet its short-term obligations and invest in future growth opportunities.

Net debt, a key indicator of a company's financial health, represents the difference between a company's total debt and its cash and cash equivalents. As of December 31, 2021, Netflix's net debt was $16.21 billion.

Netflix's stockholders' equity, also known as shareholders' equity, represents the residual interest in the assets of the company after deducting liabilities. As of December 31, 2021, Netflix had stockholders' equity of $17.92 billion, reflecting the shareholders' ownership in the company.

The cash flow statement of Netflix Inc (NFLX) provides insights into the company's cash inflows and outflows from its operating, financing, and investing activities. In 2021, Netflix reported operating cash flow of $7.08 billion, indicating a positive cash flow generated from its core business operations.

Netflix's financing cash flow represents the cash inflows and outflows from activities such as issuance of debt, repayment of debt, issuance of equity, and payment of dividends. In 2021, Netflix reported financing cash flow of -$2.57 billion, primarily driven by debt repayments and share repurchases.

Free cash flow, a key measure of a company's financial performance, represents the amount of cash generated by the company's operations after deducting capital expenditures. In 2021, Netflix reported free cash flow of $4.88 billion, indicating the company's ability to generate significant cash from its core business.

Investing cash flow represents the cash inflows and outflows related to the company's investment in long-term assets, such as property, plant, and equipment, and acquisitions of other businesses. In 2021, Netflix reported investing cash flow of -$1.97 billion, primarily driven by investments in content and technology infrastructure.

Netflix's operating cash flow, which represents the cash generated from the company's core business operations, was $7.08 billion in 2021. This strong operating cash flow demonstrates the company's ability to generate cash from its streaming services.

In summary, Netflix Inc (NFLX) has achieved significant growth in its financials, driven by its expanding subscriber base and successful original content. The company's income statement reflects a substantial increase in total revenue, gross profit, EBIT, EBITDA, and net income from stockholders. Additionally, Netflix's balance sheet shows a strong financial position with substantial assets and stockholders' equity. The company's cash flow statement demonstrates positive cash flows from its operating activities, although financing and investing activities have resulted in cash outflows. Overall, Netflix's financials indicate a profitable and rapidly growing streaming services business.

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