Thats a good point.
but I am not saying he is good or bad.. i am just saying that an average recommendation of his (measured from January 2009) yield 3.3% above markets S&P500 ( thats what TipRanks displays)..
you can check it yourself.. it shows everyone of his recommendations its totally transparent. so you can do the math yourself.
Analysts appear to want to make ANY excuse to keep this stock price pumped up by rationalizing Amazon's inability to have any earnings. He's already saying "don't worry about the fact that 2013 will be a lousy year for earnings. The payoff will be sometime in the future"............Unbelievable and irresponsible. Bubble creation at its most blatant......