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    paul
    @BD...Looks like you need to look at a different survey, and not the one that states only 2% would pay to watch Mulan on Disney+. The latest figures are $270 million and counting with 30% paying to watch Mulan. Sure beats your 2% number.
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    MR
    There's a rumor that Disneyland Resort is preparing to film their reopening announcement video
    There's a rumor that Disneyland Resort is preparing to film their reopening announcement video
    wdwnt.com
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    Boe
    BUY DC COMICS.
    Need to go all in and acquire way more solid brands for streaming and making awesome content.
    Keep up the good work!!
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    Armen Ambartsumyan
    The only stock I’ll hold forever! It’s growth, asset, mature, stalwart...all together company! It was pleasure to add..now DJ heading to 32K...
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    paul
    Hopefully Disney will not make the same blunder that Netflix made in showing a movie so controversial as Netflix's "Cuties'. Because of Netflix's poor choice of streaming this movie, millions of dollars will have been lost via loss of subscribers.
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    todd
    Gap to fill from last ER. $116 is the support.
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    roz
    Mulan did okay apparently, I like Disney’s diversity during the pandemic. This stock is rock solid. Bought some shares in March and I have no reason to sell. Constant expected growth with a decent dividend.
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    Ruben
    D+ launched today in Portugal so far better then Netflix, great content
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    MR
    Still bullish on Disney even though Mulan flopped a bit in China. Football is back, as is most sports coming back. NBA viewership is up a lot, so lots of ad revenue. Things are getting back to normal bottom line, and a vaccine is only 3 months away, there is no way this doesn't touch $150 soon.
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    Sonny
    Disney is struggling more than other companies because their most profitable industries (parks, cruises, and movies) all had to be put on hold. They're finding new ways to try to maintain profits, as Disney+ won't be profitable for a few years. With better news regarding Covid, though, they'll continue to be titans.
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    Nik25
    coincidence that the 1 year free subscription for verizon customers expires the same month Mandalorian 2 comes back? Im not an investor in this yet but contemplating...The entertainment industry will come back and Disney Plus is an absolute must have for anyone with children right now. I speak from experience with my 1 year old.
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    Alex
    Disneyland OPENING SOON..Governor Touring park this afternoon. 🤑
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    Naser
    DIS was at $135 last year when they were making billions in record profits; so the question is why anyone would pay $130 when the company is losing billions in record losses? The pandemic will stall all operations for another 6 months except Disney+.
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    MT
    have to admit Disney investors stayed strong here
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    paul
    Nasser must have a crystal ball...that needs to be replaced. As you have heard over and over, Disney is opening up now, not 6 months from now. Only people trying to short Disney would post the propaganda that you do. Worried that your Netflix has Disney on your heels? Perhaps you haven't heard, a vaccine is expected in the next few months. Coming over to the Disney board from your precious Netflix board seems to have you a bit concerned. Just tht fact that Disney has only dropped 5 points is very impressive. Looks like few if anyone is taking advice from a Wall Street wanna-be broker.
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    MR
    Best article I've seen so far in regards to mulan numbers. I'm not sure about the reelgood platform but apparently Mulan was by far the most viewed title. But main things to look at is: Disney plus app downloads rose 68%(890,000), Mulan was by far the most viewed title on reelgood platform, Dollars spent on the app climbed to 193% or 12 million. I personally felt 19.99 was the sweet spot price that disney plus should released this at. Once disney plus has more content they should raise the monthly to say 9.99 and that will enable them to have these PVOD for say 19.99.
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-09-07/-mulan-streaming-release-brings-jump-in-disney-app-downloads
    Downloads of Disney+ rose 68% over the weekend, a sign "Mulan" helped drive demand
    Downloads of Disney+ rose 68% over the weekend, a sign "Mulan" helped drive demand
    www.bloomberg.com
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    DDD
    Unlike Robinhood bubble stocks like NFLX and TSLA, Disney has a solid business that backs up its valuation. It's a no-brainer investment for the future. As COVID concerns lessen in the coming months and the parks get back to normal the stock will surge
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    Ruben
    I mean if you people here decide to sell Disney because of one little controversy then you deserve to loose your money, invest is using your brain even with this situation Disney will continue to be a great company to invest sorry to say it like this but it's the truth, people need to start leaving their personal beliefs if they want to make money
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    Andrew
    Deutsche Bank upgrades DIS to "Buy" and raises the price target to $163!