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But actually addiction and dependence are far from the same: addiction is a disorder in which people compulsively pursue a substance or activity despite negative consequences; dependence is merely relying on a substance or activity to function and avoid withdrawal. Dependence is not always problematic.

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https://www.barrons.com/articles/netflix-why-its-virtually-impossible-to-call-it-a-buy-1522853233

Netflix is doing everything investors expect it to do—and the stock price still doesn’t make sense.

That’s the upshot of a Wednesday note from Moffett Nathanson analysts, who simultaneously raised their price target on the Barron’s Next 50 company’s shares by $40 to $213—about 24% below current levels—and reiterated a “neutral” rating the characterized as “unsatisfying.”

“While we expect Netflix (NFLX) to continue to post strong subscriber growth…we still can’t justify the stock price under any scenario,” they wrote. “We are left with the continued displeasure of believing that the stock is overvalued by not seeing any legitimate fundamental reason for investors to sell.”

Netflix investors, they wrote, have a singular focus on subscriber acquisition, and they might even be underestimating the company’s potential there . But despite that, according to the analysts, “the stock is virtually impossible to justify as a ‘buy’ at these levels under varying valuation methods.”

Here are four they used—and how they got to their price target:

• A valuation based on estimates of the “lifetime value” of a Netflix customer, the analysts wrote, requires too many assumptions about long-term programming expenses and other costs, which could—along with marketing costs—vary widely down the line.

• A discounted cash flow valuation, based on estimates of the cash the business might generate over time, comes up short even with bullish subscriber growth estimates, they wrote: MoffettNathanson figured a share price of $209, below its current target, using that process.

• A sum-of-the-parts valuation that estimated the values of its domestic, overseas and DVD businesses, combines them, and removes debt give them a price target of just $148.

• And a price-to-sales valuation requires a substantial premium to historical multiples to reach $279, roughly the current share price, they wrote.

Their target price, $213, is the average of $279 and the $148 figure discussed above. Shares of Netflix, which are up about 38% in 2018, were off slightly Wednesday morning.

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