DIS - The Walt Disney Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
+0.36 (+0.39%)
At close: 04:03PM EDT
92.72 +0.20 (+0.22%)
Pre-Market: 08:15AM EDT
Stock chart is not supported by your current browser
Gain actionable insight from technical analysis on financial instruments, to help optimize your trading strategies
Chart Events
Bullishpattern detected
Price Crosses Moving Average

Price Crosses Moving Average

Performance Outlook
  • Short Term
    2W - 6W
  • Mid Term
    6W - 9M
  • Long Term
Previous Close92.16
Bid92.54 x 800
Ask92.60 x 900
Day's Range91.86 - 93.08
52 Week Range84.07 - 126.48
Avg. Volume11,328,995
Market Cap169.062B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.30
PE Ratio (TTM)40.58
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateDec 13, 2019
1y Target EstN/A
Fair Value is the appropriate price for the shares of a company, based on its earnings and growth rate also interpreted as when P/E Ratio = Growth Rate. Estimated return represents the projected annual return you might expect after purchasing shares in the company and holding them over the default time horizon of 5 years, based on the EPS growth rate that we have projected.
Fair Value
Near Fair Value
9% Est. Return

Subscribe to Yahoo Finance Plus to view Fair Value for DIS

Learn more
View details
Research that delivers an independent perspective, consistent methodology and actionable insight
Related Research
View more
  • Yahoo Finance

    Apple needs to buy Disney to make Vision Pro a success: Analyst

    Apple should buy Disney as it looks to capture greater adoption of its Vision Pro headset, one media analyst says.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Apple should buy Disney to grow the Vision Pro: Analyst

    Apple unveiled its new Vision Pro mixed reality headset at the company's WWDC event. It's $3,499 price tag however may turn off a lot of buyers. Laura Martin, Senior Media and Internet Analyst at Needham & Co., however, has an idea. Martin suggests that Apple (AAPL) should buy Disney (DIS) to help build adoption of the new headset. Martin argues that Apple needs "a compelling content storytelling use case" for the Vision Pro to gain traction. She believes that with Disney's content, more people may be willing to purchase the headset. But what about the Disney parks? Martin says Apple likely won't want the parks, but that those could be spun off or sold, given they are "really a good business, standalone." Martin also covers Warner Bros Discovery (WBD). When asked about the ousting of CNN CEO Chris Licht, Martin says investors are betting more on WBD leadership than who is leading CNN. She also makes the case for WBD keeping CNN in its portfolio. "The only way to win the streaming wars is you must have entertainment content, and you must have news, and you must have live sports," Martin says, because when news breaks, it drives viewers to your app. When it comes to the ongoing writers strike and a potential strike from SAG-AFTRA, Martin tells Yahoo Finance Live's Diane King Hall and Alexandra Canal that Wall Street investors will ultimately be the winners because "all of these companies are not going to be able to spend money on content and that won't be a competitive disadvantage." Key video moments 00:00:21 Why Apple should buy Disney 00:01:19 What to do with Disney Parks 00:02:45 Reaction to CNN CEO stepping down 00:04:42 Who will win from the writers strike

  • Motley Fool

    4 Stocks That Moved the Market in May

    Analyzing these market movers can tell us which trends are impacting capital markets right now. Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) share prices surged 36% last month, pushing its market cap briefly above $1 trillion (it currently sits at $951 billion). The semiconductor giant reported quarterly earnings that excited investors about the company's near-term growth opportunities.

  • TheStreet.com

    Disney World Drops a Key Price That's Now Lower Than Disneyland's

    Bob Chapek's relatively short stint as CEO of the Walt Disney Co. from February 2020 to November 2022 brought with it annual increases in admission prices, as well as food and drink prices, at Disney World and the Disneyland Resort that guests had no choice but to pay for if they wanted to enjoy a visit to one of the company's popular theme parks. Admission to Disney World in Florida increased from a low of $109 and high of $159 in 2019 to a low of $109 and high of $189 at the last increase in November 2022, just before Chapek was shown the door. Admission at Disneyland in California in 2019 ranged from $104 for a low demand day to $149 for a high demand day ticket.

  • Reuters

    Hollywood actors, studios agree to media blackout for labor talks

    The SAG-AFTRA actors union and the group representing major Hollywood studios agreed not to talk to the media during contract talks that started on Wednesday. The actors' union is seeking pay increases and protections around the use of artificial intelligence in negotiations with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP), which represents Walt Disney Co, Netflix Inc, Comcast Corp and other companies. "SAG-AFTRA and the AMPTP began formal negotiations for a new contract, and with the agreement that neither organization will comment to the media about the negotiations during the process," the parties said in a statement.

  • Motley Fool

    Why Roku Stock Popped Today

    Shares of Roku (NASDAQ: ROKU) were surging today even as there was no major news out on the leading streaming distribution platform. Instead, investors seemed to be reacting to a number of smaller news items, including that Amazon was planning to launch an ad-based tier for Prime Video. As of 1:52 p.m. ET, Roku stock was up 11.6% as of 1:53 p.m. ET.

  • Investor's Business Daily

    Warner Bros. Offers Web 3 Version Of Iconic 1978 Superman Movie In Two Bundles; Are NFTs A Buy Now?

    Warner Bros. is expanding its footprint into nonfungible tokens with a new Web 3.0 issue of the 1978 blockbuster, "Superman: The Movie." According to reports, physical sales of its iconic older movies has waned and the entertainment company has been trying to ride a NFT wave. The Superman release follows an earlier NFT offer of another iconic movie, "The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring."

  • Financial Times

    Mickey Mouse, Death Stars and the limits of federal law

    When Ron DeSantis, Florida’s pugnacious governor and would-be Republican president, took against the mighty Walt Disney Company, it was seen as a high-profile test of America’s culture wars. DeSantis, who is on the conservative wing of his party, is eager to wage war on “woke”, as the Florida state legislature did last year by passing a contentious “Don’t Say Gay” law, which bars discussion of sexual orientation or gender identity at public schools. After criticism from the LGBT+ community as well as many of its own employees, Disney condemned the legislation and said it would reassess its political donations in Florida.

  • Motley Fool

    Is It Time to Buy the Dow Jones' 3 Worst-Performing May Stocks?

    These Dow Jones laggards logged double-digit declines in May. Are their fortunes turning, or is more misery on the way?

  • Insider Monkey

    10 Most Popular Stocks on Robinhood

    In this article we present the list of 10 Most Popular Stocks on Robinhood. Click to skip ahead and see the 5 Most Popular Stocks on Robinhood. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT), Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), and Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) are a few of the most popular stocks on Robinhood that have delivered strong returns for the platform’s […]

  • Motley Fool

    1 FAANG Stock That's a Surefire Buy in June and 1 to Avoid

    Among Meta Platforms (formerly Facebook), Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Alphabet (formerly Google), there's one historically cheap industry leader begging to be bought and another outperformer that's priced for perfection.

  • Yahoo Finance

    'Spider-Man,' 'Super Mario Bros' signal 'new era' of competition for Disney

    The animation rebound is here as competitors take aim at Disney.

  • Motley Fool

    Want to Get Richer? 2 Unstoppable Growth Stocks You Can Buy and Hold for Years

    Growth stocks aren't boosting investors' returns at the rate they were a few years ago, but it's not all doom and gloom. Fiverr International (NYSE: FVRR) got increased attention from investors in the pandemic era when millions of people were forced to stay at home for extended periods which resulted in a notable boom in remote work and gig work. Fiverr finished out the first quarter of this year with 4.3 million active buyers of freelance services on its platform, and spending per buyer hitting $262 (spending, in this case, is the 5.5% service fee Fiverr collects on top of the fees that go to the seller for services rendered).

  • Barrons.com

    Unity Software and Roblox Stocks Rise. It’s All About Apple’s New VR Headset.

    Analysts named Unity Software and Roblox among the potential beneficiaries of Apple developing augmented-reality technology.

  • Zacks

    The Walt Disney Company (DIS) is Attracting Investor Attention: Here is What You Should Know

    Disney (DIS) has been one of the stocks most watched by Zacks.com users lately. So, it is worth exploring what lies ahead for the stock.

  • Motley Fool

    Dow Stocks Like Microsoft, Apple, Disney, and Verizon Reveal Two Sides of the Market

    After a brutal 2022, the stock market is roaring in 2023, with the Nasdaq Composite up 26% and the S&P 500 up 11% year to date (YTD) at the time of this writing. Yet dig deeper and you'll find some peculiar price action in many well-known names.

  • Motley Fool

    Can Apple's New VR Headset Reignite the Metaverse Buzz?

    Apple enters the virtual 3D world industry, and (sort of) brings some competition to Meta's Quest headsets.

  • Motley Fool

    Apple's Vision Pro Is Here: 1 Major Reason Tim Cook Missed the Mark

    Apple's most important hardware reveal in years might not be the iPhone moment investors expected.

  • Bloomberg

    Apple’s $3,499 Vision Pro Headset Will Test Marketing Might

    (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. will charge an eye-popping $3,499 for its long-awaited mixed-reality headset, testing whether consumers are ready to spend big bucks on a technology that the company sees as the future of computing. Most Read from BloombergRussian Elite Is Souring on Putin’s Chances of Winning His WarBonds Everywhere Suffer as Rate-Hike Fears Swamp TradersMystery Bet Before SEC Crypto Crackdown May Mint Trader MillionsThese Are the World’s 20 Most Expensive Cities for Expats in 2023Mess

  • The Wall Street Journal

    Apple Releases Vision Pro Headset, First Major New Product in a Decade

    The device allows users to experience virtual reality and digital apps overlaid on the real world. The company also unveiled key features for the iPhone and a 15-inch MacBook Air.

  • Financial Times

    Apple unveils Vision Pro ‘mixed reality’ headset

    Apple unveiled its long-awaited “mixed reality” headset on Monday, in its most anticipated hardware product launch since Steve Jobs revealed the iPad in 2010. It combines virtual reality with augmented reality, which overlays digital images on top of the real world. Apple said it would sell for $3,499, even more than most analysts had expected and nearly 12 times the price of Meta’s Quest 2, the biggest-selling VR headset.

  • CoinDesk

    Apple's New Headset Could Change the Way We Design the Metaverse

    Apple on Monday announced its Vision Pro headset, which it says "seamlessly blends digital content with the physical world." What could this mean for the future of Web3?

  • TheStreet.com

    Apple Announces Partnership with Disney During Game-Changing Virtual Headset Launch

    Apple CEO Tim Cook welcomed a shocking special guest to its 2023 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) stage. During the introduction of Apple's newest product, Vision Pro, Cook welcomed in Disney CEO Bob Iger who announced that Disney Plus would be available on Apple's newest platform on "day one." Apple did not give an exact date when the Vision Pro would be launching, but did tease that the $3,499 product will be released sometime "early next year."

  • Yahoo Finance

    Hollywood directors reach deal with studios as writers strike enters sixth week

    The Directors Guild of America reached a tentative agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers as the writers' strike enters its sixth week.

  • Financial Times

    Some Barclays analysts explain “why Hollywood writers misunderstand the role of AI in content creation”

    In some ways, the unpredictability of the experience, the complete surrender to the artist is the point of art — whether it is the worlds imagined by James Cameron in Avatar or simple strokes of a Picasso. Technology in itself independent of the artist does not really have intent. It’s a distinction at the crux of Chapter 3 — “Why Hollywood writers misunderstand the role of AI in content creation” — and it’s timely stuff.