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Re: 5 Reasons Why Qwikster Is Now Deadster
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2011, 09:26:15 pm »

I assumed they had a merger or a new streaming content deal that was driving the Qwikster move, but I guess not.

I was wondering, if they announced a stock buyback now, would it be legal?  I mean, can you do silly things to damage your valuation and then buy your own stock back at the new lower price?

Of course, they're still valued at about $240 / subscriber.  That may be plenty high considering the margins.
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