For the second year in a row, Netflix shareholders have had an excellent January. The stock rose by 70% to begin 2013 after the company booked stellar fourth-quarter results. This year was much the same, as Netflix reported surprisingly strong subscriber growth to send the stock higher.

But there was a lot more to Netflix's report than just subscriber growth. In the video below, Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos highlights three points that investors might have missed in the announcement, including an upcoming turning point in international markets, new streaming video competition on the horizon, and a boost in long-term debt.

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