As usual, the shorties make vague pronouncements, usually one sentence (or sentence fragment), with zero evidence to support their prayer other than perhaps a consultation with the magic eight ball.
NFLX's fundamentals are rock solid, from its cash cow business model to no debt to tons of cash to market dominance and more than twice the subscribers of BBI. BBI has a billion in debt, is drowning in red ink unprofitable quarter after unprofitable quarter, has accelerating losses which will skyrocket this quarter, and probably has two or three quarters left before they burn through all their current loans and either have to reorganize or take out even huger ones. Have you looked at interest rates lately? They're zooming up. If you had to pick between a company churning out huge profits quarter after quarter or a company verging on bankrupcy with no profitable business plans, and enormous, compounding debt, would your magic eight ball pick BBI to survive?