Investors need to retune on Netflix

It was a good week for Netflix as its stock jumped by almost 10% after it released its third quarter results, but the company’s business model and overvalued stock makes it seem like a bubble trade.

  • By Nigel Owen, Sam Kerr
  • 18 Oct 2018

The stock had dropped off a little from the initial boost on Wednesday morning, down 6% from its post-results trading spike. But the tech firm still trades at a multiple of 124 times its earnings.

By comparison, Bank of America Merrill Lynch trades around 13.6 times earnings, ...

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