Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA)
$36.18 0.60 (1.69%)
18:08 EDT FOXA Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $36.18
Market Cap 38.13B
PE Ratio 16.60
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 11.40M
Day's Range 35.31 - 37.30
52-Week Range 33.78 - 52.05
Dividend & Yield 0.36 (1.00%)
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After selling off its weaker holdings, Fox stock looks good coming out of earnings.
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Fox now gets to see how Disney makes streaming work, and FOX stock has enough cash to benefit from the lesson.
Disney stock is cheap and technically attractive. DIS will launch the streaming service and grow it to be a cash cow.
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DIS stock may be a little overbought in the short run, but Walt Disney is becoming an interesting long-term prospect again.
A negative reaction to earnings could thrust Disney into false-breakout territory. It could also put DIS stock in the must-buy category.
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