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  • prudent.investor prudent.investor Nov 12, 2013 12:31 PM Flag

    Sell NFLX and buy TSLA, LNKD, INSY, VIPS, FB, DDD, BITA etc. if you want real hyper growth

    This company has no real growth at all. It only got tiny 3% revenue growth last quarter but this bubble stock went up 30% last quarter. This is just a staled company with a bubble stock price and tons of press release hypes but no real business growth at all. There are thousands of companies on the market growing faster and trading a lot cheaper than this no growth company. If you want real hyper growth, you should sell NFLX and buy real hyper growth companies like TSLA, LNKD, INSY, VIPS, FB, DDD, BITA etc. For example, TSLA grew revenues 48% in the same quarter. TSLA, LNKD, INSY, VIPS, FB, DDD, BITA are the ones with real growth, not NFLX.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • Cisum, TSLA is the one that has huge potential to tap into Chinese market. Tesla is charging $40,000 per person for Chinese to sign up on its car buying waiting list, and Chinese are actually signing up. Tesla (symbol: TSLA) is the one that has tremendous growth opportunity in China, not NFLX.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Cybercash, when companies like TSLA that grow business at 48% a quarter or INSY at 55% a quarter, It is reasonable to assume TSLA stock can go up 48% a quarter or INSY stock can go up 55% a quarter. But Netflix is only growing business by 3% a quarter. This no growth bubble stock is not going to go up by much, but the down side risk is huge in this extremely expensive no growth bubble stock.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • 2 Replies to prudent.investor
      • By the way, Cybercash, have you looked into the real Cybercash, Bitcoin? If you want to totally disregard investment fundamentals and just gamble, then Bitcoin is a lot better than NFLX.

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • Cybercash, I do not know why you got so excited with this no growth NFLX tiny 2% stock fluctuation. INSY went up 8% just yesterday alone. And most importantly Netflix business only grew revenue 3% in a quarter, so after 2% up in today, that is almost all it can go for the quarter. Real growth stock like INSY with 55% revenue growth in a quarter, after 8% stock price up yesterday, INSY can still justify to go up another 47% for the quarter. TSLA is similar. I expect TSLA after shakes off all weak hands will go for a run of 50% up to catch up with its strong business growth.

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Netflix only grows business by tiny 3% a quarter, but the stock is already up 2% today. This is a great opportunity for longs to sell this no growth company stock and buy real hyper growth companies like TSLA, LNKD, INSY, VIPS, FB, DDD, BITA, etc.etc. If the business is not growing, do not expect the stock to go much higher at all. NFLX is just a no growth big bubble stock that can fall 90% and it is still too expensive.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Donnyrye, it is better to sell this no growth bubble stock and buy real hyper growth stocks like VIPS, TSLA, INSY, BITA, LNKD, FB, DDD, etc. If the company is not growing, the stock is not going to grow. Netflix only grew 3% revenues last quarter, but the stock went up 30% last quarter. It cannot keep doing that. The down side risk in this no growth NFLX is huge.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Cybercash, just look at how many percent real growth stocks like VIPS, INSY, TSLA, BITA, LNKD, DDD, FB, etc. have gone up, and you should understand life is REALLY GOOD if you had taken my advice to sell this no growth bubble stock NFLX and buy real growth stocks like VIPS, INSY, TSLA, BITA, LNKD, DDD, FB, etc. Life is REALLY GREAT!

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • No matter what kind of dirty tactics longs use to lie and pump this big bubble. It does not change the fact that Netflix is just a no growth company that is not anywhere near the level of growth of other real growth stocks like INSY, VIPS, TSLA, LNKD, FB, DDD, BITA, etc.etc.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • There are thousands of companies on the market grow faster than this no growth Netflix, and trading a lot cheaper than this bubble stock. I really do not understand why any one would want to buy this no growth big bubble stock at all.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Sell NFLX , TSLA and FB

      Sentiment: Sell

      • 2 Replies to fivestarsam
      • Think of it this way. Netflix is the matured no growth dominant company in its field with no more market share to grow just like Microsoft, but it has risk of losing market share to smaller ones like YouTube. But Netflix PE should have been trading at 14 just like Microsoft too. Instead, NFLX PE is at 280. No growth Netflix stock needs to fall 95% to reach its true value.

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • TSLA and FB still have very strong growth. Especially TSLA growth is super strong that its revenues grew 48% in just 3 months, and that was without any advertisement. NFLX growth have stopped. Last quarter NFLX advertised heavily and press release pumped constantly, but only got tiny 3% revenue growth for the summer quarter that was supposed to be the best quarter due to parents subscribed Netflix for kids. NFLX is hopeless. It is a huge no growth bubble stock that can crash 95%.

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Even if this no growth company NFLX stock drops 50%, its stock price will still be too expensive.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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