Netflix Stuck Between Value and Growth With $57 Valuation and 3 Stock Analyses Attracting Attention

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Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX): Piper Jaffray believes that Netflix, Inc.’s shares are stuck between value and growth given their decelerating domestic streaming growth, earnings volatility, and negative free cash flow from their international expansion. The firm lowered their price target for shares following Netflix’s third quarter results and keeps a Neutral rating on the name.┬áCitigroup also lowered their price target for Netflix shares following the company’s third quarter results, but reiterates a Buy rating on their stock. The firm believes that shares around $57 helps to create a floor valuation.

SIRIUS XM Radio Inc. (NASDAQ:SIRI): Piper Jaffray believes that Mel Karmazin’s decision to step down as Sirius XM Radio Inc.’s Chief Executive Officer indicates that he sees Liberty Media (NASDAQ:LMCA) taking control of the company as inevitable. Piper expects resolution of the Liberty Media situation over the next year and remains bullish on their shares with an Overweight rating and $3.20 price target.

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Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. (NASDAQ:BWLD): Following the company’s disappointing third quarter results and outlook, Deutsche Bank expects shares of Buffalo Wild Wings to move lower. However, the firm believes that Buffalo’s menu pricing will catch up with wing prices over time and keeps a Buy rating on their stock.

OSI Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:OSIS): Following the company’s first quarter results, Benchmark Co. raised their price target for OSI Systems, Inc. and reiterates a Buy rating on their stock.

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