It's been a tough year for many of the beloved FANG stocks.
Since the start of 2016, shares of the once high-flying Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet have fallen a respective 18, 18 and 8 percent, the exception being Facebook, which has managed to eke out a gain of 2 percent despite the market volatility. But as investors take turns fishing for a bottom, one trader warns there could be more downside ahead.
"I think this group of stocks, specifically Netflix, is ready to roll over along with the broader market," TradingAnalysis.com founder Todd Gordon told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Monday. Netflix, which was the best-performing stock in the S&P 500 in 2015, is sitting firmly in a bear market, with shares down nearly 30 percent from its December all-time high.
Looking at a year-to-date chart of Netflix, he noted that the stock is now trading in a downtrend channel, which, according to Gordon, has created a "zone of resistance" between $98 and $105 a share. The stock closed Monday down more than 1 percent at $93.41. "I think we could retest the lows of around $80," said Gordon.