Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Stock Idea: Walt Disney CO. (DIS, $39.88)

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Walt Disney Co. (DIS)
is still growing at an attractive rate, with projected consensus eps increasing 18.4%, 15.1% and 12.8% in the years 2011 through 2013. The dividend of 40 cents per share represents a modest yield of 1.00%. The PE is 19.74 and the beta is 1.07.

The stock price has traded between $15 and $35 repeatedly over the last ten years, and has just recently broken out of that trading range. I bought DIS shares recently at $38.50, and hope to earn a 10-25% return on my investment this year.


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