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Netflix saw its first-ever decline in paid U.S. subscribers in the second quarter, losing 126,000 U.S. users when Wall Street was expecting 352,000 domestic adds. Barron's reports: The slight drop in Netflix's U.S. subscriber base, combined with fewer-than expected international adds in the second ...

Rarely do I see overt liberal bias on the part of a company showing in its stock prices. Nike, Procter & Gamble (Gilette razors), Google, they all get away with it. Netflix might too in the long run because, while their U.S. subscriber base shrank, worldwide they are growing.

Netflix stock will face headwinds in the U.S. They're trying to be Hollywood by producing their own content, but the content has the same liberal slant. It's not like they're reaching out to a different audience, just in a different way than traditional Hollywood. With higher prices, huge production costs, and nothing different to show us, U.S. subscribers might continue to dwindle. Internationally, though, Netflix isn't slowing.


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Rarely do I see overt liberal bias on the part of a company showing in its stock prices. Nike, Procter & Gamble (Gilette razors), Google, they all get away with it. Netflix might too in the long run because, while their U.S. subscriber base shrank, worldwide they are growing.

Netflix stock will face headwinds in the U.S. They're trying to be Hollywood by producing their own content, but the content has the same liberal slant. It's not like they're reaching out to a different audience, just in a different way than traditional Hollywood. With higher prices, huge production costs, and nothing different to show us, U.S. subscribers might continue to dwindle.

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