I see that a current director is connected to Jim Cramer's company the street.com
Source: NFLX Investor site. "Jay Hoag has served as one of the Company's directors since June 1999. Since June 1995, Mr. Hoag has served as a founding General Partner at Technology Crossover Ventures, a private equity and venture capital firm. Mr. Hoag serves on the board of directors of Tech Target and several private companies. Previously Mr. Hoag served on the boards of directors of TheStreet.com, Altiris, Inc. and eLoyalty Corporation. Mr. Hoag holds an M.B.A. from the University of Michigan and a B.A. from Northwestern University."
What else is new? Cramer is the only guest on CNBC that always has a full-screen disclaimer whenever he appears on the TV, saying "cramer may have acted upon his stock advice before public dissemination."
He is the Dan Dorfman of modern CNBC, but with legal disclaimers that admit he is trying to scam the public investor.
PUMPING IT???? I THOUGHT he said ring the cash register and sell 1/2 your position and then play with the house's money....he is relating NFLX to a CASINO.... The point is holding this stock is a complete GAMBLE, especially since the bottom could fall out of it at anytime.