Equity markets are in an all time high which makes it hard to commit into long time stocks, but analysts says that there are diamonds in the rough that could shine in time and Walt Disney Co is in its list.
Disney stock broke through new highs in April and since then it has corrected over 10%. There were no important changes that could have caused the Selloff. Sometimes Wall Street falls in and out of love with stocks for no Particular reason. This is especially true even for the Magical Kingdom of Disney.
Technically, there is some worry. DIS has been seen settling in lower highs and knocking on a floorboard and if that baseline breaks, it could retest the century level, and leading to the company losing $100 per share.
DIS stock is not expense from a price-earnings perspective and it pays a nice dividend to boot. The Entertainment giant’s never fails to impress. Its asset is known globally, so there is almost nothing to hate in DIS. yet traders embark on selling sprees and therein lies the opportunity to sell prime shares.
Though the Company has seen better days with it decreasing by 5.7% only during the first quarter. It is still expected that Disney will be able to pull its own weight and bounce back from it's not so magical performance.
The firm owned 6,576 shares of the entertainment giant’s stock after selling 400 shares during the period.