Netflix Could Hit 50 Million Subs: Pro

With year-to-date gains of 129 percent in its stock price, Netflix has farther to climb, Andy Hargreaves of Pacific Crest Securities said Tuesday.

The main reason was that the online video streaming service could likely see its subscriber base climb to about 50 million, sending its stock toward $230 per share, he said.

Shares of Netflix closed at $212.90, down 1.25 percent.

On CNBC's "Fast Money," Hargreaves said that Netflix was uniquely positioned to reach 50 million subscribers.

"It certainly is unprecedented territory for a premium service to get there, but the reality is there's been no premium service that's $8 a month that has the breadth and quality of content that Netflix has," he said. "There also hasn't been a service that has the device distribution that Netflix has and that people watch an hour and a half a day.

"And when you look at those numbers, they're pretty unbelievable, quite frankly."

Hargreaves said that Netflix's potential subscriber base could be as high as 70 million.

"None of us know, but it's a heck of a lot bigger than any premium service has gotten to today," he added.

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