Let’s look at what analyst’s have to say about $PFE and $DIS-

PFE- Pfizer, Inc.
Analytics Previously closed at 30.17
Day’s high 30.34
Day’s low 29.81
P/E Ratio 22.6
EPS 1.33


Analysts opinion Analyst look into as bullish trend for the company’s stocks post  its recent acquisition of Treerly and its family of product from Sirio pharma.
Sentiments Earnings growth last year had been -16.32% when compared to this year of -3.38%. How ever the EPS projection is to increase by 0.51. Stock volume traded also had a fluctuation but has improved when compared to weeks trade.
The sentiments for the pharmaceutical major had taken a dip post its EPS projection, however the earning growth for the next 5 years is expected to increase by 6.80%
More Bullish as the pharmaceutical industry is looking for growth in the coming quarters
Revenue prediction Pfizer Inc. had 3rd quarter 2015 revenues of $12.09 billion, the average growth rate is expected to be around 0.15%, however with the slow movement of API products the annual revenue might take a hit by  -5.70%
Social pulse 16% lower than normal, due to lesser message volumes and on sentiment pulse.



DIS – Walt Disney Co
Analytics Previously closed at 95.15
Day’s high 95.71
Day’s low 40.74
P/E Ratio 19.42
EPS 4.9


Analysts opinion Analysts believe that the success of the  “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, and its new merchandize releases would contribute to making the market sentiment bullish for DIS
Sentiments With Hulu and Netflix giving strong competition to Disney’s ESPN, a lot of subscribers have left ESPN which is the major concern for the sentiment plunge.
However, the potential that DIS holds is vast. DIS looks to turn around to a bullish sentiment with the announcement of atleast 4 more “Star Wars” movies coming up in the future, the global release of Star Wars Tsum Tsum Collection.
With “Buy”  recommendations from brokers, the sentiment would be bullish
Revenue prediction The wallstreet consensus of $14,895 and an Estimize consensus of EPS 1.46 for the Q4 of 2015
Social pulse With a social media pulse of 7%, there is a lot less buzz as far as DIS is concerned.

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