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Today, we're taking a closer look at eight stocks that hit 52-week highs yesterday that also show up in at least one of Stockpickr's professional portfolios as of the most recent 13F reporting period.Related: 3 Earnings Short-Squeeze Stocks Disney (DIS - Get Report) hit a new 52-week high of $44.05 on Wednesday after reporting strong first-quarter earnings on Tuesday after the close. In response to Disney's early price action on Wednesday, RealMoney's Gary Morrow wrote: "A pullback from the $44.00 area would be healthy considering the big move. A logical support area to consider is around $41.25. A dip back down to this area would fill the breakaway gap left behind after this morning's open, but I doubt that Disney bulls will allow the stock to drop that much. More likely is a bit of back-and-forth movement over the next week or so, leading to a new base near $42.00. I don't expect the old highs to contain the stock for long, but a pullback may be needed before $44.00 is put in the rearview mirror." As of the most-recent reporting period, Disney shows up in the portfolios of Mark Hillman at Hillman Capital, comprising 0.5% of the total, and is one of the top holdings of Mason Hawkins at Southeastern Asset Management, at 6.8% of the total portfolio. Stock Overview: Disney is an entertainment company with operations in four business segments: media networks, parks and resorts, studio entertainment and consumer products.. It has traded in a 52-week range of $29.03 to $44.05 and closed up 5.3% for the day at $43.36 on Wednsday. It has a market cap of $78.2 billion and a 5.2 short interest ratio, it yields 1%, and it trades at a P/E of 20.3. Analyst Ratings: Of 28 analysts covering the stock, 13 rate it a buy, 14 rate it a hold, and one rates it a sell. TheStreet Ratings has a B buy rating on Disney, earning it a spot on the top-rated media stocks list. Goldman Sachs, which rates the stock a buy, now sees shares of Disney reaching $48. Earnings: Disney reported quarterly earnings of $1.3 billion, or 68 cents a share, compared with $844 million, or 44 cents a share, in the year-ago quarter. Estimates were for 56 cents a share. Revenue was also up, to $10.8 billion from the year-ago quarter's $9.7 billion, above expectations for $10.5 billion. More on Disney: Disney, which was one of the 5 best Dow dividend stocks of 2010, showed up on a recent list of 20 stocks with large insider selling.