The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series in which analyst Jim Mueller discusses topics across the investing world.
To judge by the drop in share price today, many apparently believe Netflix is doomed after reporting earnings last night. Investors don't trust management when they say that subscriber counts will grow as projected for the year, despite a slowdown in the current quarter. Jim tells you why you should believe management on this, and it's not because of their warm smiles.
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