Netflix Shares Pop Above $100 After Upgrade

Netflix shares were up this morning, after the company got one upgrade that is countering the effects of a firm that initiated coverage with a “sell” rating, sending the stock back over the $100 level.

“Expectations for (subscriber) growth have come down,” Janney Montgomery analyst Tony Wible wrote in upgrading shares to buy, “and sell-side sentiment is generally pessimistic, setting the stage for upside driven by new subs, content cost control (for existing content), and a potential price increase.”

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