Disney's Flop Doesn't Matter
The following video is from Wednesday's Investor Beat, in which host Chris Hill and Motley Fool analysts Matt Koppenheffer and Matt Argersinger dissect the hardest-hitting investing stories of the day.
Dow component Walt Disney falls today after second-quarter revenue comes in light thanks in no small part to The Lone Ranger, which Disney will write down to the tune of at least $160 million. In our lead story on InvestorBeat, Matt and Matt share why the flop won't hurt Disney in the long run and whether investors should view today's drop as a buying opportunity.
Also, our analysts take a look at four stocks making big moves on Wednesday's market. Bank of America gets a lawsuit from your friendly neighborhood Justice Department. Zillow's revenue rises, but so do its costs. Freddie Mac's second-quarter profit hits the $5 billion mark. And First Solar's profits fall 70%.
Finally, the two Matts each give one stock they'll be paying close attention to in the week to come.
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