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Fast Money Traders Share Their Thoughts On Disney


On CNBC's Fast Money, Guy Adami said that Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS) is a broken stock. He thinks that it has to hold $95 and he would trade it against a long side until that price level.

David Seaburg believes that long-term investors should not buy Disney because the company has too many headwinds.

Steve Grasso is not concerned by the problems with cable TV and he thinks that the company's margins are going to be fine if the viewers decide to cut cords. He likes the stock because there are going to be two more "Star Wars" sequels and three spinoffs.

Tim Seymour thinks that Disney is very expensive relative to its peers and it seems to him that margins and EBITDA have peaked. He thinks that the stock deserves to trade with a premium, but he wonders how much. Seymour has a long position in the stock.


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