Disney's stock is trading at $98 per share, a price last seen in 2020, during the start of the pandemic. In 2021, the stock shot up to nearly $200. But since then, it has lost more than 50%. This 50% devaluation alone would be enough to make the stock attractive to bargain hunters.
Walt Disney has received a consensus rating of Buy. The company's average rating score is 2.79, and is based on 19 buy ratings, 5 hold ratings, and no sell ratings.
Stock Price Forecast
The 26 analysts offering 12-month price forecasts for Walt Disney Co have a median target of 130.50, with a high estimate of 176.00 and a low estimate of 110.00. The median estimate represents a +26.14% increase from the last price of 103.46.
Investors who believe Disney+ will be a long-term success are essentially getting the service for free, given Disney stock is the same price now as it was five years ago, which was before Disney's record fiscal 2019 year and the launch of Disney+ in 2019.
Key Takeaways. Disney's fourth quarter 2021 results disappointed investors, and its stock is falling. The decline was primarily due to slow growth in subscriber numbers for Disney Plus, its streaming service. Revenue for the company's other divisions improved compared to the same time last year.
If you have to choose, it's simply a matter of personal preference and a quick look at your financial goals. Disney may have more room for growth from an income perspective, while Apple pays slightly more in the short-term. Both have excellent prospects for building value in the short-term and the long-term.
Disney Stock Falls After Plans Announced for Ad-Supported Disney+ Option. Walt Disney Co. stock took a hit Friday after the company said its streaming service Disney+ plans to launch an ad-supported subscription tier in late 2022.
Walt Disney's valuation has normalized
This level of growth, combined with its wide moat and generally stable business, warrants a premium valuation for Walt Disney, in my opinion. And with the stock now significantly below its 52-week high, investors have been granted a strong margin of safety as well.
A stock trading below 1.0 is undervalued; a stock trading around 1.0 is fairly valued; and a stock trading above 1.0 is overvalued. As of this writing, we think Disney's stock is about 38% undervalued Netflix's stock is 41% undervalued. Given the modest difference, many investors would call this a tie.
Some bullish analysts believe the stock could hit $250.00 by the end of 2021, while bearish investors warn of current restrictions and pending dangers. It's time to read the script to determine if Disney can draw on its deep cache of content and wide distribution footprint to create profits for its investors.
Average Price Target
Based on 24 Wall Street analysts offering 12 month price targets for Walt Disney in the last 3 months. The average price target is $140.09 with a high forecast of $176.00 and a low forecast of $110.00. The average price target represents a 43.79% change from the last price of $97.43.
Disney net worth as of July 19, 2022 is $174.23B. Walt Disney Company has assets that span movies, television, publishing and theme parks.
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Meanwhile, shares of Disney (DIS) have dropped nearly 15% so far in 2022. That makes Disney one of the worst performers in the Dow, which is down just 4% this year. Both companies have been plagued by concerns about streaming competition and the fierce battle for subscribers. Inflation is a problem, too.
Although the fallout from the pandemic is expected to hit Disney's bottom line next quarter, the pandemic's economic effects won't last forever. The company's business was on a strong footing before the outbreak. That said, Disney's recovery will take time, and its shares may not be a buy just yet.
Consensus Rating. Netflix has received a consensus rating of Hold. The company's average rating score is 2.13, and is based on 11 buy ratings, 22 hold ratings, and 6 sell ratings.
Shares of the world's largest entertainment company, the Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS), are down about 30% this year on concerns that subscriber growth in the company's streaming app, Disney+, will slow after remarkable gains during the past two years.
Disney CFO Christine McCarthy declared the company's intention to pay a dividend again: "In light of the ongoing recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic as well as our continued prioritization of investments that support our growth initiatives, the board decided not to declare or pay a dividend for the first half of fiscal ...