that is if you believe that AMZN is on pace to sell 5 million Kindle Fires @ $200 each. That doesn't include the content consumption from those 5 million units. Bring it on!http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Amazon-Is-Already-Selling-siliconalley-3662393250.html?x=0&.v=2
I could sell $1 billion dollars or Poop in a bag if I pay someone $9 to carry it out of my store
Ha. Are you dumb enough to think that you can extrapolate week 1 sales out over weeks 2-12?
They had 1.04 billion in annualized free cash flow over the trailing twelve months.That works out to 85.8 million in free cash flow per month, 2.9 million per day.If they are selling 50,000 Kindles per day, and taking a $50 loss on each, then they are burning through 2.5 million per day of that cash flow.If they are taking a $60 loss on each- then they are straight up losing money.And in exchange for operating at a loss, you get a whopping 2.5% increase in revenue! That is, assuming the Kindles aren't taking business away from existing electronics sales.
number of times websites are viewed nor ever increasing revenues don't translate into profits.and the revs you boast about are generating negative profit margins.now don't you feel super duper silly little laddy? you are so cute.
to do 1B rev with 250M lose every Donkey can!!!let see if AMZN will succeed to do rev with profit