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AI sees it clearly with Disney's $DIS-2.7% results, saying it has as much as a 77% chance of beating EPS estimates, while giving "only" a 37% chance of beating on revenue.

That's how the analysts see it 👇

The consensus revenue figure is set at $22.44 billion, suggesting a 4.34% growth from the previous quarter. For EPS, they are counting on $0.99.

Also interesting is the estimate of share price movement AI is counting on after the results are released and in the following week:

Post-release price volatility - MEDIUM

Post-release Overnight Move: ±4.5%

Post-release 1-week Move: ±7%

Jj as you Paul's first comment, I too would be more inclined to drop the price since I've read about the decline in their users. I have $DIS-2.7% liked and invested, with the eventual drop I will be buying further. However, the AI rating looks interesting and it would be nice if it worked out, I might think about doing something speculative on it tonight before the close. 🤔 ...I wonder what the camps are, how many people are expecting what.

We'll see what happens with the subscribers... But today I read that they are creating their own AI team, there I'm quite curious what that may bring in the future.

Wow, so they've also thrown themselves into AI so they don't get left behind, so hopefully it will be a success.

What kind of website is this? I'd like to take a look at it too.

I came across this on twitter, it's called Proximilar - https://stocks.proximilar.com/DIS/main

That's an interesting tool, any idea how accurate it has been so far?

This is kind of interesting. But I wonder if anyone here is using AI to trade or has tried trading. I'm quite tempted, but I don't really know where to start 😀 .

I haven't tried it yet either, and I'm in no hurry to do so. But I think AI trading has already been discussed in posts here, so there is someone here.

I read something about not expecting God knows what due to possible subscriber attrition in the quarter. So we'll see if AI works out.

I saw some stats on Yahoo well, they base it on the fact that Disney's results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2023 will reflect declining growth in Disney+ subscribers. Disney+ had 157.8 million paying subscribers as of April 1, 2023, compared to 161.8 million as of December 31, 2022, so they are counting on a further decline.