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  • sybil_lives sybil_lives Jan 27, 2013 4:40 PM Flag

    Amazon could surprise to the upside anytime now

    "Once the massive build out and business expansion is done, Amazon will suddenly surprise to the upside big time and all analysts will adjust their forecasts. But, by then, Amazon would be $500+ stock."

    The award for the most idiotic post of the week goez to this poster.... Amzn exceeding low balled "estimates" after the bezos "build out" at the top of the levered commercial realestate market will coincide with huge corporate welfare bond debt comming due in 2015 and the stock will be trading sub 80.... By the time amzn scorez any real earningz (if they can even do so), the stock will have tanked and bezos will have cashed out.... Bezos timed the bond issue with the release of massive locked up sharez and iz DUMPING hiz stake in drovez az he cashez in on the debt issue, the baggiez buying here, and 401 k and pension fundz loading this trash onto the general public... Gs and ms bond issuerz now pumperz to cash in their stock feez for underwritting trash bond debt in 2014-2015 will turn into BOND BULLIEZ and obscond the "build out" of corporate offices, warehouses, and commercial realestate for 20-40 cents on the dollar while the sharez drop from 80 to 20 on their way to BK... Share holderz will end up with 0.00 in 2015-2016 with a 3 cent class action lawsuit kicker, or if they are lucky and the financial markets az a whole arent locked up and if a white knight wants to associate themselves with what will be a very damaged brand, the white night will scooooooop up what remainz of scamazon and assume its debt for 3.00 / share or less and the sharez will be folded into a new ticker ....

    This stock iz a scam, and its buyerz soon to be baggiez along with knife catcherz and unsuspecting ownerz of it in their retirement mutual fundz will be mercilessly shredded.

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