Is more stock volatility on the cards for Netflix?

Netflix will give guidance on revenue, operating income, operating margin, net income, and earnings per share, but it’s planning to stop reporting on subscriber forecasts starting this quarter. The lack of estimates from the company would make market predictions less reliable and therefore lead to more stock volatility going forward.

Still, the general market sentiment has been improving. “The current price is edging towards the December highs at $330 where buyers are encountering some resistance, but a better-than-expected-result on Thursday is likely to provide the momentum for another bounce higher and edge towards $400,” market analyst Daniela Hathorn wrote.

Continue watching: Netflix’s content slate

🇰🇷 Since more than 60% of its users have watched Korean titles, Netflix has planned its “biggest-ever lineup of Korean films and series” with 34 titles in the bank. Between 2016 and 2021, the company invested $700 million into Korean content, and in 2021, it committed another $500 million.

🎥 Its first experiment with live-streaming will be in March with Chris Rock’s comedy special Selective Outrage

🎮 Netflix will expand its cloud gaming offering, and it could even foray into PC gaming 

One ✈️ thing: Netflix is hiring a flight attendant for up to $385,000

Netflix is seeking a Northern California-based flight attendant to serve on a super midsize jet, according to a job listing on its website. In addition to regular duties like pre-flight inspection of all cabin, galley and cockpit emergency equipment, and conducting safety and emergency briefings, the candidate also has to help with stocking the plane and with baggage loading. The candidate must have the “flexibility to work a varied work schedule including domestic and international travel, often requiring weekend and holiday work days and extended travel periods.”

While Netflix doesn’t offer an exact salary in the job description, it says it’ll pay within the overall market range for this role, which is typically between $60,000 and a whopping $385,000.

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