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Disney has been a tremendous long-term holding for investors, and it isn't showing any signs of slowing down. That's because Disney has one key advantage over the competition: a deep pool of characters to put on film. The importance of these characters is demonstrated in the smash success of The Avengers, and the huge flop that was John Carter. Fortunately for Disney, its 2009 acquisition of Marvel gave it even more characters to use in future films -- something its competition can't claim.
Marvel was a multibagger recommendation by our Rule Breakers service before it was acquired. While investors may not have got to capitalize on their full potential of Marvel stock, you can "Discover the Next Rule-Breaking Multibagger"in our analysts' new report. It may not have the 5,000 characters Marvel had, but it does have something better. Read more about it.
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