|Day Low/High||111.03 / 112.63|
|52 Wk Low/High||97.68 / 120.20|
Another melt-up week for the stock market was a positive for the long positions in the Trifecta portfolio.
Fans of two of the most anticipated films of 2019 - Star Wars: Episode IX and Disney's Frozen 2 - can begin counting down to October 4 when new products inspired by these two major entertainment events will begin hitting shelves around the world.
Investors should keep a close eye on Apple and Disney, both of which are poised to make major product announcements over the next two months.
The reason we care is because this tells us what individual stocks are doing.
Much remains unknown about how the 3-tier WarnerMedia streaming service that AT&T plans to launch will be branded and priced.
There's a lot to keep clean on a cruise ship, and given the close quarters, you want to travel on one that passes muster.
The toymaker sounds like a bullish fundamental story but its charts are not in gear; wait until the charts and story match.
Cramer's got the winners, the losers and the wild cards in the China trade brouhaha.
Jim discusses Disney, Amazon, UnitedHealth, Apple, Alphabet, CVS, the energy markets, how to position on volatile trade headlines, and much more!
Disney is getting ever closer to launching its Direct To Consumer platform. It could be huge, but investors are presently on the sidelines and skeptical.
With a late week selloff leading to mixed performance for the major market indices, we saw similar performance among both our long positions as well as our inverse ETFs.
Talk about three very different headlines. Here's what you're missing on TheStreet.
Hasbro stock could offer an attractive reward to investors not afraid of risk.
Consumer statistics present a problem for Hasbro.
Hasbro and Mattel offer a key insights to those looking at toys and retail post Toys R Us.
Jim Cramer explains why he was less than pleased with Hasbro's earnings Friday morning.
It got its start as Fox Studios in 1935. Watch the video for a look at the studios Hollywood past.
The inventory issue is thankfully a one-time thing. Toys R Us can only go out of business once.
Hasbro and Mattel management outlined one key factor in their dichotomous results.
The State of the Union caught our attention and why we remain bullish on Disney.
Jim tells club members what is he is looking for in Thursday's early morning selloff, he talks about Honeywell, our decision to trim Palo Alto Networks, and much more!
Disney's deep slate of releases serves to bid bulls welcome later in 2019.
Stocks ended lower Wednesday as investors found little in Donald Trump's State of the Union address to warrant extending recent market gains.
The media company posts stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings but cautions that its transition to broadcasting its own content on the Disney+ platform would hit its bottom line.
Twenty First Century Fox posted stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings Wednesday and said it expects the sale of its media assets to Walt Disney in the first half of this year.
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