I'm just curious if those of you who own this stock are still hanging with it or considering cutting it loose. I've not seen anything mentioned, nor much on this discussion board. Or perhaps, I missed the sell recommendation. Thanks for any insight you are willing to share.Jamie
This is a good time to buy. Since it will go up again for sure with the next movie comes out.Ann
I agree. I saw the trailer for the latest movie Dreamworks movie while seeing Talladega nights (decent - but no Anchorman). I'm not into kids' movies, but it looked well done and the kids in the theatre were laughing throughout the trailer, which I take as a pretty good sign.
It gone up 4.00 a share already. Ann
It is at a low and the company is great. I really like the movies it produces and I don't know anyone who dosen't. It was around $19 or so, not long ago so hang in there, when the knee jurk reactions settle down all will be good. At least I think so.P.S. I would love any comments on this
Hi bigcol12 -I tend to agree with you on the quality of the movies. The key fear is that revenue will be hurt by declining DVD sales. In my opinion, that fear is offset by potential streaming revenue and the growing international market. Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011) generated 75% of its box office overseas while Shrek 2 (2004) generated only 52% of its box office overseas. At $17, the stock is just over 1x book value (hoovering near all-time lows). That definitely puts the stock on my radar. Regards,BrendanPS It doesn't hurt that management has reduced the share count by 15% since 2007.
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