My gut feel is that this guy is going to be proven correct before the year is up: _____________________ NFLX Netflix sinking on volume as CNBC guest discusses short idea on NFLX; says co is overstating cash flow and income (225.57 +2.48) -Update- Brecken Capital founder, on CNBC, discusses why he is short shares of NFLX. Says accounting issues from Q2 to Q3 to Q4 have gotten worse. Co is overstating cash flow net income, according to him. Accounts payable rose well over 100% to completely wipe out cash flow. Co isn't generating any cash flow from their business if you adjust the accounts payable change and adjust to the fact that they are under amortizing on the net income side their content costs. Believes they are playing accounting games, it will catch up with them, and stock will move to well under $70.