The price target represents a 36% downside from the stock's previous closing price.
The firm said that Roku's valuation is out of control, with analyst Alan Gould saying that he recognizes stocks "can go from expensive to more expensive," adding he can no longer justify his hold rating based on the company's valuation.
Loop wasn't the only research firm to downgrade Roku, with Macquarie joining in on the bearish tilt, downgrading the stock to neutral from outperform.
Roku reported revenue of $275.7 million and earnings of 5 cents a share a month ago, topping analysts' expectations. The company also gained in all of its key metrics. Roku's average revenue per user, probably the most important metric for the company, rose 30%, or $4.17, to $17.95 in the quarter.
Those numbers weren't enough to impress analysts at Wedbush, however, who downgraded the stock to neutral from outperform at the time.
"We lowered our long-term EPS estimate on a lower operating margin assumption, given a greater likelihood of higher spending levels than we previously modeled," analyst Michael Pachter said.
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