Disney is still holding the 90 level. The 200 is right under the 90 level. The stock has not closed below that moving average since 2011.
Here is a summary of the company.
What to do?
The R/R seems to favor a long position from these levels. Buying here and stopping out under the 80-85 level, seems sensible.
They do pay a modest dividend 1.53% yield. This is not a stock that will 5 or 10x your money, but could be a solid longer term hold. Of course, many analyst worry about them competing with the apps that keep the young people busy(insta, snap, facebook , etc) and the cord cutters. They could be right, but how much of that worry is already baked in? Hmmm...