Netflix Inc (NASDAQ: NFLX) is ushering in a new era in its business. The streaming video giant delighted investors in January when it announced in its 2020 fourth-quarter earnings update that after years of burning cash, it is finally close to being self-sustainable Subscription video on demand (SVOD) as a business had previously been a highly contested topic among investors. Although there is no denying that there is product-market fit, Netflix has burnt through billions in cash to build original content each year, raising questions about the unit economics of the business model.  But cash-burn may soon be a thing of the pass for the undisputed king of SVOD.  For 2021, Netflix said that it anticipates free cash flow to be around break-even. It is so confident in its ability to be self-sustaining that it plans on repaying some of its bonds and even toyed with the idea of