Wedbush’s Joel Kulina: Netflix stock without subscriber growth potential is like “dead money”

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Wedbush’s Joel Kulina: Netflix stock without subscriber growth potential is like “dead money”” – below is their description.

Joel Kulina, Head of Technology and Media Trading at Wedbush Securities, joins Worldwide Exchange to discuss Netflix’s latest fourth quarter earnings report, as the stock is tumbling on weak subscriber numbers and guidance from the results.

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