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NYSE:DIS   Walt Disney Company (The)
Walt Disney is the biggest media company by market cap in the world. It has multiplied around 70 times (to date) since the IPO.
Talking around the current scenario, it had acquired Marvel for 4 billion dollars a decade ago which made 18 billion dollars to Disney. The point here is that it is taking good management decisions to adapt to changing business environments and killing the competition by acquiring them. And OTT platforms will be the future. TVs are a day of the past. They (OTT) platforms will charge a fees for almost every movie if not all in the coming decade. It will make them a lot of profit.

So, it is a good investment opportunity for Disney at current prices. The main reasons are following.
1. It has corrected >50% from all time highs. Buying after a correction is always a good idea, which has so much potential to maximize your returns in the long run.
2. If you look at the charts, you may notice that it is kind of creating a higher swing low, which is a good bullish indication. Value for money stocks tend to not easily fall in bear market or weak economy cycles.
3. OTT platforms are the future, where I think every movie will be charged money to be watched, making these OTT platforms a lot of money. This is my thinking please comment your idea.
3. Disney has been releasing the content, which is almost watchable with our families. Which is quite good because they are almost having audience of all the age groups. It's content is enjoyable from the age group of 10-60 years, in my opinion.

Investment at current prices is a good opportunity since the stock very rarely corrects below 55-60%.

Disclaimer: The analysis I have shared is based on my understanding and experience in the markets. Investment does not guarantee a fixed return due to volatile nature of markets and may result in a loss. Please do your analysis and/or consult your financial advisor before investing.
Mr Market generally first assigns different P/E to different sectors, then looks for particular companies. Like Media, Energy, etc have lower P/E, whereas FMCG, Pharma, Technology have a higher P/E. Disney is a media company, currently it has a P/E of 27.79 on this day. It isn't looks appealing to Mr Market as he would be wishing to pay around 17-20 P/E. Hence, the share price is either flat or declining. But P/E is subject to change over further quarter's earnings.
Media industry have so many players, very big like Disney, WB, etc as well as very small players (yes! like social media influencers...). So, media companies have very low competitive-advantage due to "huge supply". So, increased supply equals to low price, meaning it keeps the price of their services very low, which in turn reflect in their low net profits.
It is holding the low of USD 79.07. Break below that is less probable. There might be a good trading opportunity with a stop loss of USD 78.45, with a long term reward target as high as USD 185. It is not a trading advice and any trade taken is/shall be at your own risk.
I expect anyone who is reading my writings to know that there is nothing "certain" in the markets. Neither the %gain on stock nor "out-performance" or "under-performance". There is a risk and opportunity cost involved in both, buying and selling. Selling at any price can often result in "opportunity loss" when the stock moves higher and higher. Human psychology is a culprit here. For e.g. I post any stock which seems undervalued or overvalued to me on tradingview. When anyone makes money on that, they wont appreciate me "a single word". But when they lose or it results in opportunity loss, they are bound to blame me. I don't criticize any person, because I know their psychology has defeated them. At last, there is nothing like "easy money" in the markets. The survival of the fittest holds absolutely true here.

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