NFLX is a "growth/momentum" stock that's often compared to TSLA and is having (has had?) a great run. They had a pretty good run up after the govt debt issue till they announced earnings yesterday. They beat projects and were up over 10% in after hours and opened today at ATH's. But they had this crazy free fall today and ended -10%! I didn't follow their news too quickly but I believe it's because of some comments from their CEO: "Every time I read a story about Netflix is the highest appreciating stock in the S&P 500 it worries me because that was the exact headline that we used to see in 2003,” said Hastings. "We have a sense of momentum investors driving the stock price more than we might normally. There's not a lot we can do about it but I wanted to honestly reflect upon that.” I'm just wondering if there is anyone here following NFLX closely and if there are any lessons we can learn? Maybe such a huge run up to earnings isn't the greatest thing? Maybe Elon needs to choose his words carefully when it comes to discussing stock price? Would love to hear what people think.