Disney Stock ticker DIS on the NYSE has no benefits beyond the investment.i am a disney shareholder and am moving to europe and am planing allot of trip to euro disney how do i use my disney stock when i get there i will have been to 3 out of 4 disney so i would love to save money thank you have a good day
Wow, reading the above post really got my heart beating til I found out it was reguarding out of US. We had held Disney stock for 25 yrs and never gotten a thing from them except for mail. I finally sold it last year at about a $2,000. loss. Loved the stock as it was so pretty and got pride everytime we went to a park, but the poor management of the company made it a financial loss for us and we bailed out. A stock or tow for each kid is great to frame but beyond that there are better investments IMHO. I am a Disney fanatic but money is money.
not sure about your exact timing but in 1998 there was a 3 for 1 stock split. so it seems more likely that the shares you bought at $30 were actually $10 per share when you sold them for $25 per share. your number of shares tripled during that time.I bought at $30. and sold at $25. That is why my loss. I had held it for years. purchased way before 9/11 and then took a beating that never came back til now but I had waited too long allready as I hadput thousands in it, not just a couple of stocks as I so believed in it.. When we bought they had talked aboutbenefits but we never saw them. Yes, we did get a SMALL dividend each year but it did not amount to enough to even go out to dinner. I am glad it has worked out for you and hope it continues to rise for you.
I haven't owned any stock in brokerage accounts in a long time. from what I recall, generally the answer is not as a shareholder. you might still be able to sign up for that information at the WDC web site.Long shot but if I have some (a significant amount of) shares but not directly purchased but through a broker (shares are in my name though) how can I sign up for news and invites for webcasts, meetings, etc?