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Why Analysts Are Wrong About Disney...


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  • Why Analysts Are Wrong About Disney...

    At least according to Cramer...|&par=yahoo

    Why Analysts Are Wrong About Disney
    Check out the 5 minute video with Iger included in this article.
    "If you build it right, they will come." - Bob Iger

    "I'm not a literary person. As far as realism is concerned, you can find dirt anyplace you look for it. I'm one of those optimists. There's always a rainbow." - Walt Disney

    "I don't care about critics. Critics take themselves too seriously. They think the only way to be noticed and to be the smart guy is to pick and find fault with things. It's the public I'm making pictures for." - Walt Disney

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    Re: Why Analysts Are Wrong About Disney...

    Cramer is one of the best stock guys out there and I agree, Disney is undervalued and a pretty good investment right now. Wallstreet always has a hard time understanding Disney and its potential. The interview with Iger is also very interesting and I recommend watching it.
    The Mickey audience is not made up of people; it has no racial, national, political, religious or social differences or affiliations; the Mickey audience is made up of parts of people, of that deathless, precious, ageless, absolutely primitive remnant of something in every world-wracked human being which makes us play with children’s toys and laugh without self-consciousness at silly things, and sing in bathtubs, and dream and believe that our babies are uniquely beautiful. You know…the Mickey in us.
    -Walt Disney


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      Re: Why Analysts Are Wrong About Disney...

      Very good piece, thanks for posting!

      He is definitely spot on. Analysts seem to perpetually see dark clouds and vulnerabilities in Disney that never seem to eventuate. Even during the dying days of the Eisner years when almost every decision the company made seemed to be wrong, results were still quite strong and showed the amazing diversity and quality of offerings the company has. With Iger at the helm and good decision after good decision, it is amazing the stock isn't performing a lot better.


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