Netflix shares were under pressure Wednesday after North American subscriber growth came in below estimates.
The streaming service added 550,000 U.S. and Canadian subscribers in its fourth quarter, weaker than the 589,000 the company had targeted. Netflix did top earnings and revenue for the period.
Four experts weigh in on what could come next.
Stephen Weiss, founder of Short Hills Capital Partners, is concerned Netflix may have hit a peak in one high-growth market.
Bernie McTernan, internet and media analyst at Rosenblatt Securities, explained what’s behind volatile stock moves as investors digest the results.