For using the amzn model. Reward failure at all cost:) Profits simply don't matter because its different this time.
Hundreds of years. Ultra low, razor thin margins will prevail here until some genius analysts wakes up and decides to rate this junk .... the junk that it is, and let the bottom fall out back to a justifiable valuation of penny stock level.
Denial is not a river in Egypt:)
This thing never made money, and their margins are horrible. They always get a hall pass however. How come?
15 years now this dog snot is being sold as gold. I miss the day when dog snot was dog snot.
Sauce you been sipping? That stuff is potent, that's for sure:)
The only thing we know for certain, is that in the past, way over valued stocks like amzn, nflx, tsla, have violent corrections eventually every time.
Is so bright for mcp I gotta wear shades:)
Is tremendous downside room to run, that millionaires will be made in a week:) And even a mindless minion would know this pig is nothing more than a well represented internet catalog retailer with more stories than roger goodall trying to explain what is a catch in the NFL:)
Cash, cash? AMZN earns no cash. Even a dummy would know that by looking at their margins:) Listen, catalog retailers have been around for hundreds of years:)
amzn upsets me because they are nothing more than a computer catalog retailer with an imagination that would make Dr. Suess proud. And they get a perpetual earnings hall pass because of what?
This no margin glorified pump job will one get its true status as a penny stock once again.
So Roger, you really think that its 'different' this time because ole jeffro insist earnings mean nothing to amzn? I say PT Barnum was a very smart man indeed:)
You cannot make this stuff up.
Why don't they just let the banks keep all bad loans off balance sheet just like we do in the US to this day?
How does anyone spin a positive note on declining revenues coupled with 40 billion in debt with 4 billion in cash. If one is long they should be counting their lucky stars this thing trades as high as it does.