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  • dramatic_move_up dramatic_move_up Dec 7, 2012 9:54 AM Flag

    Wow BUY BUY BUY, they are setting up to launch it, somebody with money buying WEIGHT TODAY

    They are setting AMZN up because they know a fight for shares and flurry of buying happens today. they might take it quickly to 262-263, then back down to 257 only to finish at the highs of the day at 267-268 area. The apps going crazy for Amazon is a big hint that they sold a chitload of Kindle Fires because they had the perfect pricing point and parents loved how you could block all the bad stuff from kids. Bezos is smart and now Goog and AAPL don't get mentioned without Amazon also being mentioned and usually its to the effect of an Amazon is right up on Apples or right up on Googs #$%$! I keep trying to help the newbies, the reason the Jan 300's 310's 315's and 320's have not been moved up hardly at all while all the other calls go up everyday is because the market maker is going to move them up all like ten cents or 15 cents and take them from all the sellers and then move them up a great deal as we bust right through our 52 week high! All somebody has to do is by say the 300 or 310 315 320 and in just a few days they will triple their money, they will all be a dollar a piece as we get into January and get closer to Amazons 314 target price from the pros. Also you can expect a gap up of 40 points which puts AMZN at around 350 after Jan 31st earnings. When AMZN moves, it is everyone buying at once and Hedge Funds, Mutual Funds, and Institutions fighting over share with Financial advisors, daytraders, retail longs and swing traders fighting with overseas buyers!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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