Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) stock is one of my oldest holdings, and it's been a horrible underperformer in my portfolio since 2014. Incoming CEO Bob Iger, who previously orchestrated deals to acquire Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm, and got Disney+ up and off the ground, has his work cut out for him. Walt Disney has always been a tough business to unpack.
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