THIS FAANG DARLING STOCK HAS BEGUN TO LOSE ITS MOJO $NFLX $AAPL $AMZN $FB $GOOG $DIS $T $SPY $QQQ $DJIA

FAANG stocks are popular. But now one of them is beginning to lose its mojo.

How long could this last? Let’s examine the issue with the help of a chart.

Please click here for an annotated chart of the stock of Netflix NFLX.

Note the following:

• There was a time when Netflix’s stock was outperforming other FAANG stocks — Apple AAPL, Amazon AMZN, Facebook FB and Alphabet unit Google GOOG,  GOOGL.

• Over a long stretch, Netflix’s stock significantly outperformed the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, S&P 500 Index SPX and the Nasdaq-100.

• Netflix had been the darling of FAANG stocks. But as the chart shows, times have changed.

• The most money with the lowest risk is to be made by identifying changes before Wall Street does. This is the premise behind our method.

• The chart shows the Arora call to sell or short-sell Netflix. Netflix was sold short at an average price of $380.

• Wall Street was late in fully identifying the potential impact of competing services from the likes of Apple, Disney DIS and AT&T T.

• The chart shows the Arora signal to buy to cover the last tranche of Netflix as low as $255. The Netflix stock trade has been very profitable.

• The chart shows when Netflix earnings were released. Earnings showed a number of cracks but were better than feared.

• As the chart shows, the stock had run up going into earnings. Segmented money flows show that the buying started due to a short squeeze. After all, short-sellers had great profits on the stock and they wanted to buy to cover before the earnings.

• Going into earnings, once the momentum reversed to the positive side due to the short squeeze, segmented money flows show the momo (momentum) crowd jumped in on the momentum reversal.

• As the chart shows, after the earnings release, the buying was mostly from the short-squeeze and momo crowds.

• Lately smart money flows in Netflix have been mostly neutral. Near the prior highs, the smart money flows in Netflix were mostly negative. Segmented money flows give you an edge. They are like an X-ray that enables prudent investors to see what is really happening below the surface. To learn about money flows, please see “Momentum investors are now buying shares of Apple, Amazon and Netflix.”

• When a change is in high gear, the traditional fundamental analysis based on ratios such as price-to-earnings (P/E), price-to-sales (P/S), etc., are often misleading. Much of the analysis on Netflix is still backward-looking. Relying on such analysis is like driving while looking in the rearview mirror.

• Investors ought to consider a combination of forward-looking fundamental analysis with sharp focus on the changing landscape and technical analysis.

• When a change is happening, the most beneficial element of technical analysis is in understanding price action. Prudent investors may want to pay attention to Arora’s 16th Law of Investing and Trading: “Mastering price action and overlaying it on top of change makes more money than anything else.”

• The chart shows a simple way to analyze the price action….Read more at MarketWatch.

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