How comfortable do you feel allowing a "doctor" to perform a surgical procedure of any type on you after he has twice demonstrated that he does not know how to properly spell the word "experience". Kind of scary, isn't it?
If he puts his "sell" order in now for $ 697.50 (it is currently selling at $ 697.59), he just made $ 2.00 more per share.
you can give me a thumbs down all you want, but it is hard to argue with results. It is called "scoreboard". I am just trying to help the guy out. If he listened and bought anywhere near the prices that I suggested, he is about $ 11.00 per share up. Don't knock people that try to help others get out of a trap.
It is now at $ 702.70. Go ahead and sell because it is gapping down really hard now. I think that you will be able to pick it up around $ 698.50 in a few minutes. If so, be prepared to buy it and then sell at $ 700.50 for a quick $ 2.00 profit.
There it is at $ 704.57. Sell and buy back at $ 701.00. As you can see the trend is down, but the spread still works. Just be careful and buy right.
Sell, sell, sell. It just hit $ 706.50 and you should have just made $ 3.40 per share in less than 5 minutes. Now do it again when it gets to $ 704.40
Wow. It dropped to $ 703.10 in one trade. Load up now and get ready to push the "sell" button when it jumps back to $ 705.50 to $ 706.00.
now sell at $ 708.30. You see, you just made $ 3.00. Now wait for it to go back down and test the $ 705.00 level and then buy again at that price. Then sell your shares at $ 707.50 to $ 708.00
Quit crying and play the $ 2.00 - $ 3.00 price moves over and over again in after market trading.
You are basically correct on the $ 120 billion market cap, but the P/E ratio of AMZN is currently over 3,000, not 150 as you suggest. Just think about it this way --- If there was a stock market 3,000 years ago and Amazon was traded on that exchange, then a person that invested $ 1.00 in Amazon would just now be getting his original $ 1.00 investment back. Not one single dime of profit, just his/her original investment. That investment would have been originally made approximately 1,500 years before Christ was even born! That my friend, is an analogy about a stock with a 3,000 P/E multiple that you should never forget. With that in mind, which direction do you really think the stock is most likely to head?
You arrogant "watch and learn" guys generally are taught a lesson wherein you are the ones that ultimately get "schooled".
Nice call shorty. I guess if you really tried, you could convince yourself (and possibly your wife) that "Up $ 40.00" is the same thing as "Down $ 15.00"