Walt Disney (DIS)
$96.40 8.96 (8.50%)
19:59 EDT DIS Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $96.40
Market Cap 143.32B
PE Ratio 12.85
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 30.59M
Day's Range 95.54 - 101.49
52-Week Range 79.07 - 153.41
Dividend & Yield 1.68 (1.74%)
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Halting a three-day winning streak, stocks tumbled Friday as investors appeared to sell the news on the House of Representatives passing the $2 trillion stimulus and as coronavirus case data grew increasingly ominous.
DIS stock is still on track to be one of the best stocks of 2020, especially as social distancing leads more people to streaming services.
If you're looking for stocks to buy on this downturn, start by looking at strong stocks that have weathered recessions before.
There was broad-based strength in equities on Thursday even as weekly jobless claims spiked to more quadruple the prior record.
Every crash this big and this fast presents guaranteed opportunities, especially in mega-cap stocks like these three companies.
Streaming video companies, including Netflix, have cut video quality in Europe in order to reduce internet bandwidth usage.
Disney is taking short-term hits from several angles amid the coronavirus crisis. But below $100, DIS stock has fallen too far.
We're looking to generate a little relief of our own in the Strategic Trader portfolio by selling a covered call against our shares of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS).
Get ready for Matt McCall's alerts on stocks to buy, stop panicking when you read the news and make sure to keep doing your own research.
Dow stocks wilted again Friday as GDP estimates grow increasingly dour and politicians offer up feeble stimulus ideas.
In better news, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he backs the idea of cash payments of $1,000 to adults and $500 to kids over the next several weeks if Congress supports the effort. It's possible that another round of payments could be delivered at a later date if the economy continues to languish.
Disney is being battered by the virus on all fronts. As such, don't count on Disney stock to rebound anytime soon.
Disney's revenues are going to collapse over the next two quarters, but there may be buyers available for it.
Stocks continued sliding Monday as the Dow Jones Industrial lost more than 13% while posting one of its worst intraday losses ever.
March Madness survived World War II, but not COVID-19, and that's bad news for these stocks which had a lot riding on the tournament.
Stocks popped Friday as investors sought coronavirus clarity from the White House and speculated the Fed could cut rates to zero.
We ended the week with a surge in U.S. stocks. Here's what happened in the stock market today to trigger the rally.
We've got some heavy-hitters for our top stock trades for Friday, including Apple, Alphabet, the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) and Disney.
A slew of slumping stocks pinched the Dow Jones Industrial Average again Thursday with Boeing and DIsney among the worst offenders.
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