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Like it or not, Disney is embracing the capital-intensive Netflix strategy.
Disney is drawing mixed reactions as key catalysts remain out of first quarter view.
I posted this Diary entry at about 6 o'clock Tuesday evening; I'm posting it again in case you didn't see it: I Would Still Avoid Disney Unfortunately I did not pull the trigger when Disney's stock ramped up to over $115 (in response to its better E...
The market can still go higher, but the time has come for the slope of price discovery to normalize a bit.
The selloff in Alphabet presents opportunity, and I think this cash machine is ripe for a small long position.
The impact of raising subscription prices on net subscribers adds over the next six months is a huge unknown.
Disney shares reverse lower on the circulation of some negative articles relating to the value of FOX regional sports networks.
Netflix might not be the best play for those seeking streaming trend stocks.
First off, in full disclosure, I am flat the name right now.
As Draghi pulls the rug out from under continued expansion of money supply, he will have to sound very dovish in doing so.
The most valuable U.S. sports rights are generally locked up for at least a few years. Successfully bidding for Fox's regional sports networks would give Amazon a way around this issue.
Disney stock is getting a bump after earnings on Thursday.
Disney's DTC push takes aim at Netflix. Which is the play?
DIS is a good value compared to most other big-cap names right now.
Disney could be in line for a breakout based on a few key factors.
Disney has a lot of variables heading into earnings.
Consumer Discretionary stocks were the hottest on Wednesday, though all eleven sectors easily finished in the green.
Elon could pull Tesla's shares out of the 'radioactive' category with one tweet, but he has not done so.
Stocks had a mixed day of trading Tuesday, spending time in both positive and negative territory.
Comcast has outbid Twenty-First Century Fox in an auction for SKY over the weekend. CMCSA closed at $37.90 on Friday and I expect Comcast's shares to slide by 4% to 5% today. I would be a $34.50 buyer of Comcast, which was placed on my Best Ideas Li...
iQIYI and Roku may offer some choice opportunities.
Sometimes you gotta have faith, but you also have to be a little more skeptical.
Twenty-First Century Fox will report quarterly earnings after the market's close on Wednesday.
The media behemoth is fighting back with ESPN+, UFC, boxing and (potentially) Premier League rights.
The Fox acquisition allows Disney to double down on its strategy.