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Cramer says he’d advise buying a Netflix post-earnings dip if shares fall to this price


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CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday Netflix will be able to shake off its disappointing first-quarter subscriber growth figures and projections for the current quarter. He also believes that further post-earnings stock decline could create a buying opportunity for investors.

Shares of the streaming giant were down roughly 7% Wednesday morning, trading around $508 each.

“What I like most about Netflix is … their belief in their product and the strength of their coming slate,” Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street.” “That does make me feel that if this stock gets to $490, you got to stand there and buy it.”

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