CEO David Trainer doesn’t usually agree with Mad Money’s Jim Cramer. But when a stockΒ is this overvalued, analysts of all types are in consensus. In today’s podcast, Trainer showsΒ you how a discounted cash flow model revealsΒ one company’s stock to be extremely overvalued.

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    2 replies to "David Trainer Explains the Most Overvalued Stock on the Market"

    • Inverseio

      If this podcast was broadcast on 1/22/15 I am assuming that the price of Netflix used for the analysis was the 1/21 close ($421). The stock closed today (1/27) at $454. Ouch! That is about an 11% increase in 4 trading days. If I was short at $421, I would hate to open an Excel spreadsheet and extrapolate that performance out 30 years πŸ™‚

      Look at the trend in the recent closing prices: 454, 446, 437, 428, 409, 348 (not a typo), 337, 323, 324, 323, 318.

      Remember the old saying, “Markets can remain irrational a lot longer than you can remain solvent”.

      My condolences to anyone who put that trade on.

    • Andre Rouillard

      Thanks for your comment. We tend to agree with that old market aphorism, but certainly wouldn’t want to be in NFLX anywhere close to these levels.

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