Disney Lowers Estimates, But Who Cares

Shares of Disney (DIS) dropped after the company missed/lowered earnings estimates. Who cares? The subscription service can be huge.

Disney Looks to Infinity and Beyond

Disney (DIS) is expected to have 2017 profits roughly in line with 2016’s as the company plans for the future with its app and Star Wars lands, which are both due in 2019.

Disney Continues to Digest its Prior Gains

Disney (DIS) surprised investors with 10% profit growth last qtr, but the stock hasn’t been going anywhere lately as it digests its gains from 2012-2015.

Do You Have the Patience to Believe in Disney?

Disney (DIS) is at one of the lowest valuations in years. But people cutting the cord with cable is hurting ESPN, and thus profits are expected to be rather flat in 2017.

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