Besides Netflix, the seven stocks that have seen the biggest increase in valuations over the past year all share one predictable attribute.
Netflix is flying high and according to FBR Capital, Netflix will surpass the top network's reported ratings by next year. Paul Holland, Foundation Capital general partner, weighs in on his outlook on Netflix.
The torrid run in Netflix shares has outpaced the company's growth, prompting Citi to downgrade the stock to neutral from buy.
Mark May, Citi Internet analyst, weighs in on his position in Netflix as Citi downgrades the streaming company.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Ben Lichtenstein, president of Tradersaudio.com, says Carl Icahn's exit from his stake in Netflix is a "good call", but explains why he remains bullish on the U.S. markets.
Jim Cramer has a better idea for this outspoken investor.
Jim Cramer warns investors that a split is not a good reason to own a stock; it's just cosmetic.
Jim Cramer agrees with Carl Icahn that the market is overheated. Does that mean it's time to ring the register?
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
U.S. stocks closed lower on Wednesday as investors weighed the renewed impasse in the Greece debt talks and digested domestic data.
A day after Netflix announced a 7-for-1 stock split, Icahn said he sold his remaining shares.
Carl Icahn warned investors that he believes the market is "extremely overheated—especially high-yield bonds."
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at the performance of Netflix and whether investors should buy the 7-1 split.
Mark Cuban tells CNBC he has no intention to sell Netflix; and the FMHR traders reveal their final trades.
Carl Icahn on one of his greatest trades ever.
Carl Icahn thinks the U.S. market is due for a dramatic pullback, but he has not trimmed his shares of Apple.
Carl Icahn explains why he thinks the market is especially overheated in the high-yield bond market.
Carl Icahn is warning the public the market "extremely overheated," and the "great risk" in high-yield bonds.
Carl Icahn discusses his morning tweets revealing he got out of Netflix, and is calling the market "extremely overheated."