I am being a bit conservative with my projection as I believe $120 is a given at this point. You make a good point about 'Ant-Man.' Expectations are fairly low so it's got plenty of room to surprise to the upside. There is no doubt in my mind that 'Episode 7' will be the biggest movie of the year even surpassing 'Jurassic World.' The fact that it is being released in IMAX is huge and should not be overlooked. Hold your DIS shares tight.
Yes sir! Barring a broad based stock market meltdown I'm looking for $120-$125 by the 'Episode 7' hits theaters. Hold DIS don't trade it. Pass it onto your kids one day.
Not sure what you are talking about I am just making a point about what I believe will eventually happen with DIS regarding a split. No need for you to get upset; we can agree to disagree.
In any case, best of luck to you.
My hope is that the higher DIS goes in the near term the more pressure will be put on the company to eventually split the stock. Contrary to what analysts out there tell you splits do increase the value of your holdings over the long term because the stock becomes more attractive to a larger pool of investors. Smaller investors are much more likely to buy a stock at $25 than they are at $125.
Once the Star Wars hype train really gets rolling I expect DIS to be trading in the $125 area.
I am not a technical guy but I do refer to it from time to time. If DIS breakouts out above $112.50 we are likely headed for our next leg up.
The second film simply isn't as good as the first one. Despite the heavy build up and hype it had going for it the movie just isn't that great at the end of the day. I came away from it feeling underwhelmed and a bit disappointed. But I do like the way it ended by introducing the "New Avengers." Lots of potential there.
The Marvel universe is far from dead. I don't have any expectations for 'Ant Man' but I fully expect 'Civil War' to reinvigorate the Avengers franchise next year.
We are pretty much in agreement. The stock is a long term winner any way you slice it. Hold and smile.
I posted a few months ago that Avengers 2 and Episode 7 will be the catalysts for the next leg up in DIS. A lot of people are saying that the movies are already priced in but I beg to differ. Believe it or not a lot of people still do not even know that Disney owns LucasFilm outright. After Avengers 2 is the massive hit it is expected to be the Star Wars hype train will really get rolling. Everyone and their mother is going to want to own a piece of Disney at that point. Barring a total stock market collapse (which is always a risk) I believe DIS has a good shot to be trading around $125 by the time 2015 comes to an end.