Netflix has been outperforming its prior year statements consistently over the past several years. Over the course of the past 3 years Netflix has generated more income and has produced an increase in earnings per share. Between 2016 and 2017 Netflix’s net income has increased a total of 100.02%. In addition, Netflix is currently trading at $190.12 as of December 16, 2017. This is a substantial difference from the earnings per share (eps) of Netflix from 2016 which had a basic eps of .44 compared to 2017 which it is at .87 basic eps. These two-metrics lead to the conclusion that Netflix is performing well within the industry, and will see continued success and growth for the coming years.However, since 2016 Netflix has had a decrease in total revenue from $8,830(m) in 2016 to $8,406(m) (Nasdaq) in 2017, which is a difference of $424,000 (-0.048%). This may lead some potential investors to worry about the financial health of the firm however those who have concerns likely have not taken the firm’s consistent quarterly gains into account. This decrease may be due in part to the accounting report not considering seasonal subscribers during the holiday period as well as a delay in reporting metrics from international markets. The overall financial health of the firm can be best seen in Table 1 regarding the balance sheet. Since 2016 Netflix has reported a 22.04% increase in total balance sheet, meaning the company has increased total assets and market value by almost a quarter of its previous years value.