BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- A mea culpa from a Wall Street analyst is a rarity. Two admissions of error in the same day, like the ones investors saw this morning on high-fliers Netflix (NFLX - Get Report) and HomeAway (AWAY), are the stock-market equivalent of Halley's Comet.The analysts' errors aren't on the same level as the reported $2 trillion mistake Standard & Poor's made when downgrading the triple-A rating on U.S. debt. Still, they're a breath of fresh air on Wall Street, where miscalculations are never so publicly noted.
Netflix, HomeAway Analysts Admit They Were Wrong
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