But investors should not ditch the high-growth, big spending company just yet, said trader Guy Adami.
"I don't think the story is broken," he said.
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With the after-hours move, shares of Netflix traded just below $108. Adami said he would hold on to the stock using $95 per share as a stop.
Trader Steve Grasso added that he would wait to see how Netflix trades the rest of the week before jumping into the stock.
Much of the growth in Netflix comes from consumers demanding media streaming and instant original content, said trader Dan Nathan. He sees upside for streaming media companies but not Netflix specifically.
Nathan would bet on media through Time Warner, which he calls a more established company that has developed on-demand options for its successful HBO original series.
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