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The Walt Disney Company (DIS)

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  • J
    Disney has shown that it's close to breaking out and heading towards $180 as we inch closer to earnings:
    - Buyers have consistently defended the $170 zone the past few days accumulating their positions
    - Proportion of daily call flow has significantly increased
    - Showed relative strength while the DOW was weak
    - Highest close since drop and hit intraday weekly high
  • J
    Disney upcoming catalysts, plenty in the weeks ahead 💪🏼
    - ESPN+ demand high with NBA, MLB, NFL, and NHL all season active
    - General bookings for Disney's highly anticipated Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser resort opens on October 28th
    - Earnings Report on November 10th
    - Disney+ Streaming Day on November 12th
  • N
    People have forgotten that the Parks side of Disney's business was generating about $4 to $5 Billion pre-pandemic. Now that this is back on track--and generating higher margins with premium pricing--we find DIS poised for an easy beat in the next ER. DIS is expected to report .46 per share in this upcoming Qtrly ER, but their actual EPS last quarter was .69. This is a great opportunity to get in at a bargain price before the next ER, which is Nov 10th!
  • M
    Now that Netflix earnings hype is done, investors/traders will rotate their capital into Disney for it's earnings run-up on November 10th. We'll be over $180 by then, mark it.
  • S
    Tomorrow Disney launches their new digital line-booking service called Disney Genie at Walt Disney World. Another new revenue stream that will monetize each customer even more. This is a complete digital revamp of their old line-reservation tools for Disney’s parks, allowing guests to plan and update their itineraries, book time slots for the most popular attractions, and optionally purchase paid access to the fast lanes through a new service called Genie+ all through one app.
  • c
    compound knowledge
    toomuch focus on disneys streaming. disney continued to expand its parks thru the pandemic. Last time I checked people were going out again. disney will be fine, the parks are full again and the movies are rolling. the whole business will be doing well again. hang tight and enjoy the ride.
  • A

    1. Surpassed Q1 Estimates by 172.41%
    2. Surpassed Q2 Estimates by 40.35%
    3. Disney owns majority of Hulu
    4. Heavy Revenue from Disney+ Streaming Service
    5. Disney+ will have 261M Subscribers by 2024
    6. Disney Parks not fully recovered from Covid
    7. Disney Parks will again generate massive Revenue
    8. 15 Strong Buy Ratings
    9. 0 Sell Ratings
    10. $215 Average PT
    11. $263 High PT
    12. DraftKings Partnership
    13. Owns Marvel Entertainment
    14. Owns ESPN
    15. Owns Pixar
    16. Owns 21st Century Fox & Fox Family
    17. Owns ABC
    18. Owns Lucasfilm (Star Wars)
    19. Owns A&E, Lifetime & History Channel
    20. Owns Hollywood Records
    21. Owns Disney Channel
    22. Owns Disney Junior
    23. Owns Freeform
    24. Owns National Geographic
    25. Owns Nat Geo Wild
    26. Owns ABC Family
    27. Owns FX
    28. Coke Cola Partnership
    29. Target Partnership
    30. Huge Growth
  • J
    Joe Ward
    Barclays has a short position. BofA is Long. Disney will shock 2022 with content and dividend. Bank it
  • c
    compound knowledge
    Disney has the option to raise disney+ fees as they gain users. As netflix has done
  • j
    Disney world of itself is a huge money maker for Disney. If you believe its earnings will fall go online and see if you can get a room anywhere on property for either Thanksgiving week or Christmas week. Sold out!! You don't need an upgrade or downgrade to tell you what is going on. Do it yourself
  • G
    Greenidge Investor
    JUST RELEASED IN A BUY/SELL RECOMMENDATION BY GOLDMAN SACHS: “In the home run scenario, we are forecasting total company annualized growth of +13% EBIT, +18% EPS, and a 2026 price target in the $555-$600 range (here). That price range works out to a ~25% CAGR, suggesting a year-end 2020 value of around $188 per share. Additionally, we expect Disney to evolve into a significant technology-platform company beyond that period which will allow for a larger addressable market and over $1T (here) in additional value creation ($600/sh) above what Disney+ and the other business will deliver. Historical parallels to this type of business transformation include that of Netflix, Apple, Microsoft, and Adobe.”
  • W
    This irrational sell-off is the result of one low ranking Barclay's analyst? JP Morgan who has more credibility than Barclay's gave a $230 PT to Disney just last week. Buy the fear, we'll be over $180 by before earnings.
  • D
    So you want to hear from a real analyst of $DIS...I am a passholder, shareholder, have a Disney License plate and I drive Uber and Lyft around Orlando on weekends. First off, note that Stacy brought up Disney Genie+, which will bring in more money for the company. There were so many people at Disney and the airport this weekend, I had to shut off my Uber/Lyft app. The requests were too many. I met families from everywhere. This is suppose to be Disney's down season until the first week of December, but the parks and resorts are jam-packed. The parks have been slammed since the beginning of the year and has not stopped. They took away early hours from passholders. Early hours are only for Disney resorts guests (smart way to fill up their resorts).
    As for Disney+ (remember Disney owns Hulu), which is growing in leaps and bounds. Who cares about Disney+, as it comes as a packaged deals most times with Hulu? Verizon & Spirit give it away free to its users and we get a discount through T-Mobile for the Hulu package. AT&T, who only gives HBO free, shouldn't be far behind. As for the movies, that was a deal made to make actors and AMC happy. It is trying to keep everybody happy. Either way, releasing it on Disney+ or selling it through AMC first, Disney will make money. I want that analyst to put up their paycheck against Disney not only beating expectations, but blowing through expectations.
    When I went to Disney just two weeks ago, as a visitor, I ask to charge my car and the employee said that two of the chargers were down. He then stated "Don't worry, it will be fixed soon. They don't want to lose a dollar."
  • P
    Most people remain poor only because friends and relatives discouraged and advise them against investing and trading BTC while the wise ones kept investing and growing higher financially
  • j
    In November of 2019 Disney traded for $150. When all the cash from the parks, cruise line, espn , Abc comes back on then it must be worth the same. But in December of 2019 when Disney + came out that is worth at least $50. So the stock is cheap. When they talk about new content remember Disney has the largest vault of kids content than anyone and the kids keep coming and parents keep paying. They dont have to make a new film ever and still do business unlike Netflix who always has to pay for new content. They will crush earning go forward!!
  • N
    DIS has too many revenue-generating levers to pull. If there's weakness on the streaming, there's strength on Parks business. The businesses complement each other. I've added significantly at the dip today.
  • S
    Quote from new Motley Fool article as follows;

    “It wasn't allowed to open Disneyland until the springtime of this year, yet the media giant's theme parks business surprised everyone by returning to profitability in its latest quarter. The country's cruise lines weren't permitted to sail again until this summer, but bookings for future sailings are strong enough to impress the most jaded of landlubbers. Despite holding back on theatrical releases to keep its streaming services thriving, Disney's studio entertainment arm has put out this country's two highest-grossing films of 2021.
    The 45% year-over-year surge it posted in revenue for its latest quarter was its biggest increase in decades. Last year's results were depressed, of course. It's still a notable achievement.”
  • q
    $170, stuck. Not sure at this point after months of waiting what will get this back over $200.
  • A
    -3.5% ytd. When the Dow, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq is at record highs lol
  • c
    just today my sister told me after holding Disney for several months she sold at a loss. To make . matters worse my niece held Disney for year, a 10k investment has only resulted in an 1,800 net profit as to date. it makes no sense alone with Disney park, which is always packed is doing poorly.unfortunatelybdisney isn't the problem it's the analyst's and investment firms clearly favoring Netflix which has a great deal of debt. the assets alone at Disney are worth billions upon billions excluding streaming services. The SEC should put a stop to all of these upgrades downgrades etc. it's ok to print news but to say stock xyz is only worth this or that is unethical and dishonest causing investors to lose 🤑