The stock prices over the last few months, with the exemption of Amazon's, I've found wer pretty easy to understand. By understand I mean I can see the logic behind the stock price moves of many companies after looking at the news and earnings. However, Disney's large drop after the market close is very confusing to me. Dropping close to 6% after posting an earnings beat and YoY increases in EVERY segment. I know the claim is slowing business at international theme parks possibly related to Forex and downgraded outlook on cable but what the hay? The cable business makes up a very small portion of Disney's portfolio the cited currency headwinds by many analysts were already a known issue before earnings were released. I'm confounded by the market reaction based on numerous positives surrounding Disney. In the movie group, the new sequels which are announced; highlights in the their earnings report; and the swap from a yearly to expected semi-annual dividend are all positives. These should weigh favorably for the stock. But the opposite is happening. Two small blips are causing an overreaction: the foreign concerns and decreasing cable outlook. Very confused but in a good way. I believe the Street is wrong on this one. Disney is first on my list to buy and believe that a year from now, those who sold Disney are going to kick themselves. My opinion, others may have seen something I missed.