Is Netflix a Four-Bagger in the Making?

Shares of Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX  ) have more than tripled in 2013. One analyst sees the stock quadrupling from here in the next half-decade, leading to a $75 billion market cap. Does this ultra-bullish call make any sense?

In the following video, Fool analyst Anders Bylund takes a good look at the market-moving research note from MKM Partners analyst Rob Sanderson. At 0:20, he explains why Sanderson's extreme growth prediction makes sense. At 0:45, he points out why some investors might not buy this particular bullish argument. At 1:24, he gives you one simple way to play the Netflix stock right now.

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  • Report this Comment On October 06, 2013, at 11:18 PM, MFMotleyStool wrote:

    Please Agustus Gloop, spare us your pump on this over bloated MOMO HFT algo jam scam stock. It may go up another $100 but eventually without QE and any collusive trading this has a great chance to see $100. Don't give me your nonsense talk about the financials and the mounting debt obligations both on and off the balance sheet.

  • Report this Comment On October 07, 2013, at 9:26 AM, lucasmonger wrote:

    It's easy to proclaim that Netflix is poised for the future, but where were these claims when the stock dropped for $60-80 per share? (stunned silence from what I recall). Of course now is not a good time. The time to buy was when Netflix announced their plans to split into two companies sending the stock tumbling. The time to sell is anytime you feel you've made enough.

    So nothing really insightful here, just a simple buy low and sell for more (the Father Guido Sarduchi school of Business plan for success).

  • Report this Comment On October 07, 2013, at 11:25 AM, MFMotleyStool wrote:

    Wow, now I actually listened to Anders, aka Augustus Gloop, and his drivel and feel even more strongly about my initial statements. More debt obligations on and off the balance sheet each quarter. Unless they pull a rabit out of the hat it is a matter of time before this HFT algo jam scam craters and hopefully a lot of the others will too as they are not good for the market's long term health nor for what little credibility most of the scum on Wall street has left. I bet Anders is looking for his chance to sell as high as possible. Either that or he is high on believing in this QE pumped scam. It will not be pretty, not at all.

  • Report this Comment On October 08, 2013, at 12:34 PM, verylargelarry wrote:

    Thanks Stool, for your rant. Now go back from whence you came.

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