What a comeback for tech stocks! The Nasdaq gained 3.69% in yesterday’s session, posting its best day since November as investors poured back into popular growth names. The Dow and the S&P 500 also gained in yesterday’s session, 1.4% and a modest 0.1% respectively. Stocks were flat in early trading this morning with the Nasdaq slightly lower.
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Disney (DIS) stock got a boost last Friday night after California will allow theme parks to reopen somewhat from April 1. However Disneyland is in Orange County, which currently has too many coronavirus cases under the state’s reopening guidelines.
Disney earnings have been badly hit by the coronavirus pandemic, but this will improve as economies get back on their feet following broad lockdowns. As coronavirus vaccinations pick up and the pandemic fades, Disney should see better revenue from theme parks and movies.
Wall Street is expecting full year earnings to fall 7% in 2021, before ramping up to 157% growth in 2022.
The Dow Jones giant showed it is bouncing back after crushing fiscal first-quarter estimates. The surprise profit came as the number of streaming subscribers jumped. Disney recently announced that its flagship streaming platform has surpassed 100 million users, just 16 months after its launch, quickly establishing the service as Netflix’s biggest competitor. During the pandemic, the streaming service has been a bright spot for Disney stock, and big plans are ahead.
At an investor day on Dec. 11, management said there are more than 100 titles in the works for Disney+. And Disney CEO Bob Chapek said the company expects to have 230 million to 260 million Disney+ subscribers by 2024. That’s up from its prior estimate of 60 million to 90 million for the same time frame. DIS share price slid nearly 4% in yesterday’s session, offering an attractive entry into the stock. Of 29 analysts offering recommendations for DIS stock, 21 rate the stock a Buy, that’s up from 15 just three months ago. There are also 7 Hold ratings and 1 Sell rating for DIS stock.
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