Netflix's controversial password sharing pressure hit US users on Tuesday, and analysts rise to the initiative's ability to add increased income to the company. Cfra Analyst Ken Leon said that the pressure of password sharing to Yahoo Finance would turn Netflix into a "stronger business", "This is an opportunity to really build the job on a more loyal subscriber base." Netflix stock rose immediately after Tuesday's announcement before the sinking. The promissory notes were recovered on Wednesday and the stock closing day increased by approximately 2.5%. Stocks fell 1%on Thursday. With a strong degree of purchasing on the stock and a price of $ 390, Leon said that investors will see several wavy quarters, but Netflix should be in a stronger position in the fourth quarter and should "build a very well for 2024". When asked if he was worried about the cracking, Leon said, "You can't really be a mess for someone who doesn't pay for subscription." In his three -month shareholder letter last month, Netflix said that the company expects a short -term chaos before registering in their accounts "Our wage membership base in Canada, which we believe is a reliable foresight for the United States, has now accelerated the launch of the larger sharing and income increase than the priority.Growing fast " Netflix's controversial password sharing edition hit US users on Tuesday - but analysts remain bulls on the ability of the initiative to add increased income increase. A short time after the announcement, Oppenheimer reiterated the better grade and upgraded the price target in the stock from the previous $ 415 to $ 450. The movement is roughly 25% upward compared to the current levels with the company that refers to multiple tail winds, including the decrease in competition, the relaxation of long -term linear TV and the launch of advertising and password sharing. Oppenheimer, who conducted a survey of about 2,000 US Netflix users, said that the results of the survey shows the potential to add approximately 36 million new subscribers of the Flem. The story continues Almost half of the respondents stated that they would be willing to pay $ 7.99 for remote users, while 70% said they would be open to registering in vertising layer of 6.99 dollars. Oppenheimer's analyst Jason Hellfstein, "Ad-Tıer with pricing, our survey shows that a significant portion of these users will be pushed towards advertising." He said "We believe that the real advantages coming from the password sharing and advertising layer are not taken into account in accordance with the estimates." Alexandra Canal is a senior reporter in Yahoo Finance. Click here for the latest stock market news and in -depth analysis, including activities that move stocks. Read the latest finance and business news from Yahoo Finance