Disney still gets most of it's revenue from their Park Business. Their CEO on CNBC said the following: "We are still able to raise our prices" while some might see this as positive for the company being able to raise prices, in the long run it is not. Number of visitors to the parks is at an all time low and the only thing keep revenue going is the much higher prices. But sooner or later that will be their downfall, raising the prices at the gate results in lower attendance and lower spending inside the park. A Disney type of park needs a certain number of visitors(no matter the ticket price) to stay in business and Disney's number of visitors is getting that low due to a doubling of ticket prices in the last 4 years.
all time low what numbers were u looking at. disneyland set all time record for attendance international visitors is at an alltime high at disney world. get your facts straight. you should be shorting the stock if you believe in your theory
Saying that "record attendance for international visitors" is an indication of overall record attendance is like saying "record international movie attendance" is an indication of overall record movie attendance. If you can't take into account ALL attendance numbers, don't bother with segment statistics.
You cannot point at partial statistics and claim they represent every aspect of a situation.