Netflix Stock's Wild Ride

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It's not easy being the most-talked-about company in entertainment. Both before and after Netflix announced July 12 that it will raise the price of its DVD and streaming service a whopping 60% to $15.98, investors ran the stock up and down.

July 1: $289.63
Stock shoots up as the company says it will expand to 43 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
July 7: $292.42
Analyst Tony Wilbe reiterates his "sell" recommendation, but investors don't seem to care.
July 11: $290.74
The Wall Street Journal says Netflix will not bid for Hulu.
July 13: $298.73
A day after announcing fee hikes, analyst Richard Greenfield criticizes Netflix for not having a plan for dealing with customer backlask.
July 18: $279.00
Price hikes taking a toll as analyst Andy Hargreaves cuts rating to "sector perform."