Earlier in this series, we learned about some key updates for Netflix (NFLX). In this part of the series, we’ll look at how Netflix’s value proposition stacks up against its peers’. Common valuation multiples for companies in the sector include the PE (price-to-earnings), EV-to-EBITDA (enterprise value to earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization), PCF (price-to-cash flow), and PFCF (price-to-free cash flow) multiples.
Price-based multiples consider value from a shareholder’s perspective. EV-based multiples help investors understand the value of a company from the point of view of the holders of its capital. These are forward multiples based on the expected value of the denominator after a year.
Is Netflix overvalued?
Netflix’s value proposition
In international markets, Netflix continues to expand rapidly, but it hasn’t become profitable yet. The company faces challenges in international markets, including susceptibility to currency fluctuations, language barriers, and varying Internet speeds.
It remains to be seen how Netflix will withstand competition in domestic markets and overcome its international challenges. Stay tuned.