Disney’s reports strong growth. What happens next?
Disney published its earnings last Wednesday after the closing bell. The results are impressive. At US$1.61 per share in adjusted earnings for the quarter, the share exceeded many expectations. Turnover also exceeded the estimates of many analysts.
The many visitors to Disney’s amusement parks are reviving the business, and the last blockbuster movie is putting a lot of money in the tills. The management also seems to have played the right hand in the takeover of the competitor 21st Century Fox. From November, the streaming service Disney+ will open the battle with Netflix and Co.
The current good results have caused the shares to rise by more than 30 percent compared with this time last year.
A look at the chart shows that it is currently trading above the critical support at US$132. This should be decisive for the further development in the coming days.
If the bulls continue to dominate, then the first resistance could be at US$137.50. If the market overcomes this resistance easily, then the next point of possible resistance could be the all-time high in the US$142 area. If the bulls can drive the market further up, then it would reach uncharted territory. Further resistance could then arise at around US$146.
However, if the bulls fail to keep the market above the US$132 threshold, then support could be provided in the US$126, US$121 and US$116 areas.
The MACD oscillator showed a bearish cross on May 3. The histogram is negative.
DIS.US Daily Chart | Source: ActivTrader
Written by Daniel Schuetz, External Analyst, ActivTrades
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