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Netflix Earnings Strategy | From Theory to Practice

Once you understand the general approach to earnings at tastytrade, you’ll then want to drill down into the specific strategy for that stock and its earnings call. today, we look at our an Expected Move Butterfly fits perfectly with NFLX earnings today.


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Netflix share price crashes through support following Q4 2021 results

Q4 2021 results have seen the Netflix share price under significant pressure as forward guidance disappoints.

BG_netflix_redNL.jpgSource: Bloomberg
 Shaun Murison | Senior Market Analyst, Johannesburg | Publication date: Friday 21 January 2022 

The share price of Netflix has seen an aggressive selloff following the group's fourth quarter (Q4) results release.

A summary of the results are as follows:

- Revenue $7.71 billion (in line with estimates)

- Earnings per share of $1.33 (ahead of consensus at $0.80)

- Net paid subscriber additions of 8.28 million (company guidance from third quarter results was for 8.5m)

While revenue for Q4 2021 was in line with estimates and earnings were ahead of consensus, net paid additions to subscriber numbers fell short of the company's previously issued guidance.

What was perhaps more disconcerting for investors was the soft guidance for first quarter (Q1) 2022 subscriber figures. Netflix is expecting to add only 2.5 million paid additions in the new quarter, which is nearly 40% lower than the net additions realized in Q1 2021.

Netflix – technical view

netflix%20q4.pngSource: ProRealTime



The share price of Netflix after, breaking trend ine support, has come crashing through 469.20 - a major low. The move lower ends the long-term uptrend previously assumed.

While the share price has now moved into oversold territory, it remains in decline. The current major level of support comes in at 396.50, a break of which (confirmed with a close) sees 317.50 as a possible further downside support target.

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