The streaming service is down more than a fifth of its value in the past month, and the stock is down a whopping $2.4 billion.
That’s $2,000 for every Netflix subscriber, which means the service is not paying its bills, as it did before the shutdown.
Now it’s not paying those bills either.
It’s now spending the money it doesn’t have.
That’s not what you’d call a healthy cashflow situation.
It would be like someone who didn’t want to pay their rent because they had a full-time job but had enough money in the bank to pay it all.
Netflix is paying its debt in two different ways.
First, it’s paying its expenses.
It pays a fee to acquire content, which is why it’s been able to continue to add new shows.
But it’s also paying to acquire its content, and that can be a big problem for a company that’s spending more than $7 billion on content right now.
Netflix is paying more than it is paying to license movies, TV shows, and movies for its content.
It paid $1.7 billion to acquire the rights to movies and TV shows from Lionsgate, which made a deal with Netflix last year.
But the streaming service’s content licensing revenue from those licenses has declined.
It was up 30% to $5.5 billion last year from $4.8 billion in 2013.
Netflix pays to license content from the major film studios, like Disney, Paramount, Warner Bros., and 20th Century Fox.
Those rights can add tens of millions of dollars to the price tag of a Netflix subscription.
Netflix pays to pay those licenses to major studios because the studios typically get a cut of the profit they make from the sale of their films.
Netflix also has the ability to negotiate with them for a cut, which makes the company a more lucrative buyer of those rights.
Netflix says it paid $6.7 million to acquire rights to a film called “The Lego Movie,” which was shot with the help of the studio.
But in reality, Netflix only paid $500,000 to Paramount to license the film.
That would seem to indicate that Netflix’s licensing fees are more than they are paying for the film, which in turn makes Netflix’s profit more expensive.
Netflix says that when it’s all said and done, it’ll have $5 billion in revenue this year.
This is not how a company operates.
Netflix’s business model relies on the fact that people watch more content, more movies, more TV shows.
That is a big reason why Netflix is losing money.
The streaming video service is losing customers every day.
The bottom line is that Netflix is hemorrhaging money.
Its stock price is now $8.40, down almost $200 from a week ago.
Its revenue is down nearly $1 billion to $6 billion.
And the company is paying a big chunk of that debt back to its lenders, including Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon.
These payments add up.
Netflix owes its lenders $1,200 a month, which includes interest.