Why I Bought Shares of Walt Disney
The Dow Jones Industrial Average had a banner year in 2013, gaining more than 30%. But Dow member Walt Disney crushed the blue-chip index by gaining 55%.
In a recent video, Fool analyst Anders Bylund discussed Disney's outperformance and mused that he might still want to buy the stock. Here's another video with Anders and Fool editor Mike Klesta, in which you'll find out why he followed through on that thought.
Here's a hint: Disney shares still look cheap next to less rock-solid rivals DreamWorks Animation and 21st Century Fox .
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