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Netflix rebounds after brutal stretch; Five Below surging, King Digital gets 'crushed'


Making the list today as measured by your Yahoo Finance ticker searches are:

Netflix (NFLX): Investors are finally stepping in after a brutal 12% five day drop. With no more details emerging on Apple's (AAPL) rumored deal with Comcast (CMCSA) it's dawning on investors that Netflix still has a virtual monopoly on subscription streaming. Zacks is saying it's time to buy the dip and at least for the moment Wall Street seems to agree.

Five Below (FIVE): The discount retailer surging today, up more than 14% on an earnings report that beat EPS estimates by 2-cents and was in line on revenue and guidance. That may not seem like much but it's a huge comeback for the company after it warned last December. Five Below's ability to resist whining about the weather also amounts to a massive victory.

King Digital Entertainment (KING): The Candy Crush Saga game maker began trading on the NYSE this morning and as the name of it's hit game suggests, the stock got crushed. Shares were down by as much as 12% early in trading. Prior to this flop of a debut cynics had been comparing King to Zynga (ZNGA)... At this point King investors should be so lucky

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