But I should refrain from doing so.
They are cheaper than what I sold for.
There may be good reason why they got cheaper than what I sold for.
If they were to go higher, they shouldn't have come down this far.
So, how does the $10 credit appear in their financial statements? And what happens if I let the whole $10 expire by NOT using it at all by January 31, 2014 (expiration date)?
OK, so how does the following get processed?
I got an email from Amazon and their offering was that if I buy a $50 gift card (for Amazon) by December 31, 2013, I will get $10 in credit by January 15, 2014. The $10 credit will have to be used by January 31, 2014, I think.
Anyway, I bought a $50 gift card. I haven't used it, and probably won't use it this month. So my $50 will not be part of their revenues for this quarter. But I'm sure I will use the $10 credit between January 15 and January 31, 2014. Actually, I will be using their $10 to buy something and that will be included in their revenues for their next quarter?
Yeah, but you just don't make money in this game.
Are you sad, Sybil?
Sybil: " This aint gonna end well kidz -"
But Sybil, shorting AMZN shares and buying AMZN puts has already ENDED badly for you and techstrategy who've been fighting the rising tide of AMZN for almost two years!
Sybil: "And herez the part where we sliiiiide into the close with a gap down open tomorrow - Like clock work"
And you use a sawed off shotgun to deal with it?
Make up your mind, Sybil. I know it's difficult for you because you're a woman.
Bwahahahaha . . .
"Analyst on CNBC - AMZN is OVERPRICED"
Why should he care?
Or anybody else for that matter.
Only those who are seriously thinking of buying out the whole company need to care if Amazon as a company overpriced.
I'm sure none of shorts here are considering to buy Amazon. So why should they care?