You say this like any one cares what you have said or will say. No one cares what you allege rookie. Rest assured, you aren't the first know-it-all to show up on this board with self-proclaimed infinite wisdom about Amazon. Unfortunately what I can say is your "wisdom" will end just like the multitude of others who have come before you. Let's just say that isn't something I would look forward to.
Sounds like you have it all figured out WU. Judging by your infinite whining posts of course.
One day you will grow up and realize you are a victim of your own ignorance...but with some of you young know it alls it takes more time. Judging by your whiny "oh I am a victim" of this rigged system, and I am a victim of wall street manipulation, yadda yadda yadda the only thing that I know for a fact is you have a LONG way to go before you grow up child.
The only fact that matters is Amazon's long term performance in regard to revenue growth and expenditures. In fact, that is all that matters to any business. Why is the stock price where it is? Because the people buying and owning the stock believe that is what the company is worth based on revenue and expenditures moving forward.
Investing is not hard, when you speculate with derivatives, etc. you are simply entering the lion's den. It is not rocket science to invest, and even a rocket scientist will fail at trading derivatives.
I warned you after the last earnings cycle...I told you, In your mind you justified the loses you incurred by telling yourself, "Oh it's ok, I was wrong this time, next time I am sure to be right and hit it big". And yet, here you are still complaining and still spouting off the same blather about the company.
Stop "playing" and start investing. Until you learn the value in investing and the guranteed failure in the other (including short selling), you will continue to lose money and continue coming here whining about conspiracy theories and all these magical non-existent people holding up Amazon stock.
Believe it or not I am giving you solid advice. You don't like Amazon? Fine, then go find a company you do like, buy its stock, and continue to buy its stock until the revenues/expenses or other intangible reasons tell you it is time to sell and move on. Give up the speculation or when you retire you will be left with one big bag of coal.
And here you are whining over and over again. I am curious, have you ever been "right"? I have yet to see it. You come here alleging conspiracy theory and crying how you and your derivative losses are the result of fake people doing scams with Amazon stock.
If I was a betting man (which I am not, I like to watch my money grow not fade away like you paper pushing get rich quick lunatics), I would wager you haven't made a dime "investing" in your life.
For the sanity of everyone else, please keep your whining to a minimum.
You mean you are attempting to sell these puts for a bloated premium? Any fool who would buy those puts deserves to lose his money. This company has no debt, so it can sustain a pretty hefty operating margin even with weaker revenue.
To any one reading this, DO NOT BUY THESE PUTS...
So the company isn't responsible for the chemicals in their floors...the media you allege is responsible for that?
The media didn't destroy this stock, the media exposed why the leadership was destroying the company. The media simply held them accountable. I believe you are pointing the finger at the wrong person/s...
crawl around on one of these floors? Who will buy from them? Lumber Liquidators should consider itself lucky it has no debt...but it's revenues are going to collapse
Just a few short weeks ago the juvenile know it alls on this board were bellowing "52 week low, 52 week low"... and now look
You children figured it out yet? Keep chasing those paper derivatives, you just know next time you'll hit it big on the imminent Amazon demise don't ya?
When you mix the words: "Play" and "Investing" you clearly have no idea what you are doing.
Why don't learn how to accomplish something of substance and then use the money you net from such actions to buy valuable stocks consistently?
As I have told countless other know it all paper pushing people on this board if you think you are going to hit it big buying derivatives you are in for a world of hurt.
Just ask the top dog know it all on this useless message board (Weall...something) He is quite certain he has it all figured out too.
Welcome back. I assume you ran away for several days in shame? Most know it alls who are consistently wrong but refuse to admit it typically hide in sequester when they are repeatedly exposed.
Now you are back re-invigorated with the same old tired message. I'll assume someone foolishly has given you more money to lose. A new fool is born every day...
Just remember, your feeble mind continues to tell you you just know you will hit it big next time. I'll be here to watch you lose and consistently offer you honest valued advice as to why you are a fool that you will never take.
Amazon just sucks the most mindless in. It's almost as though they like watching their money fizzle. Keep "trading" those derivatives as you just know Amazon is soon to collapse.
Keep giving wall street the middle finger Bezos and thanks again! Keep up the good work
whining know-it-alls have retreated for several days. I guess all those paper derivatives that were going give them instant riches when Amazon reported just didn't work out.
I guess it has probably sunk in by now that throwing what money they have on their perceived impending Amazon "collapse" hasn't worked out so well (again).
as you read the endless whining from people who just thought they had it all figured out. They buy derivatives and "trade" this and push that just knowing they are going to come in to instant wealth. I have read for years how Amazon was going to make so many so rich because of the PE because of earnings because of this and because of that. Many have even told me I was "lucky" when the stock spikes up 14% for whatever reason.
It really isn't hard to invest, but people want to make it so much more difficult than it is. Most of the whining pansies you read on this board have been beaten senseless on multiple occasions...but that ego inside just tells them "the next time" I will get that big break, I will "trade" my way to instant wealth next time, I just know it.
It's one thing to have your ego hit, it's quite another to watch your money flushed right along side it and still not realize what you are doing is of no financial value or substance.
Amazon is a great company; it's not overly complicated. Perhaps one of thees days you dreaming paper pushing egomaniacs will wake up and smell the investment roses.