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Why Netflix Could Keep Plunging

Big Al34 Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 12:11 PM
It's interesting that you look at Basic Market trends and strategies. Consider consumer satisfaction: Anybody who had a NETFLIX account before the bait and switch price jack-up and quit them because of it will tell you that the apologetic and pleading letters from the CEO asking us to "come back" are little more than irritating. In the world of procrastinators, those who felt duped by NETFLIX will procrastinate for ever about "going back". Secondly, for those who managed to justify staying with NETFLIX, the selection and the quality of the selection has declined. Look for all NETFLIX market share to drop to unsustainable levels.

There is one huge risk when it comes to owning shares of high-growth companies. No one really knows how far or how close the company is to market saturation, so investors (and Wall Street analysts) are left to trust the company as it keeps issuing bullish guidance. When the era of strong growth finally comes to an end, few will have seen it coming.

That's the challenge that investors face with Netflix (Nasdaq: