Disney Stock n Friday fell over 3.5% intraday on Friday as investors worried about a drop in ESPN subscribers. However the stock itself remains trading near its 52 week high of $122.08. It closed on Friday at $115.13.
2015 is the second year I have traded regularly in Disney Stock. Returns last year were excellent at 18.6%. However in 2015, the stock has performed far better and the return to date stands at a whopping 47%, a new record.
The returns from Disney Stock this year then, are rivalry my returns from Facebook and Apple Stocks.
This is the latest update to the trades being done in Disney Stock for 2015. This update is for FullyInformed Members.
Members should review the two active trades which are clearly marked as active in the trade table. As well of particular interest are the trades of August 6 and August 11 which both were rolled out for additional profits as the market fell in August, taking Disney stock down with all stocks at that time.
Other trades of interest include the trade of September 16 which was at the $95 put strike. Then a week later a second trade was done at the same put strike for almost the same amount of income. This shows what volatility in a stock can do for option premiums. It also shows why, if an investor is on the wrong side of the stock trend when holding options, they can rack up losses quickly.
Disney Stock (DIS) Trade For 2015 Update – Nov 28 2015
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