I don't know a thing about amzn, except it's exciting to gamble when the price is so high, like the lottery, hoping that people will overpay and I can take their money just like winning the lottery
I don't know what I am doing
I covered at 673 900 shares after all my trouble I made $64 but at least I didn't lose $685.50 - $673 = $12.50 times 900 shares like yesterday, wow I was upset
I don't think the smart managers will keep this
Too bad people do't have a clue these funds are scamming them
I had nothing but trouble this week getting my 401k IRA to rollover.
Try to get a small portion is like pulling teeth.
i don't know what to do. On the one hand AWS are driving this stock, but on the other hand Walmart Google and Microsoft are big competitors. Can anyone just take over the cloud? Didn't we all see this before but with the internet instead of the cloud?
Maybe he wants AMZN to go up to short it? I don't know.
Shorts, cover, so I can watch this tumble. I din't have it in me to short CMG, but I did enjoy watching it tumble, and CMG was heavily shorted. Walmart and Microsoft and Google will give AMZN a run for their money. Buffet is a fool this time in praising Bezos against his own Walmart position.
Look at the insiders warrants, aquire for $0 sell for big bucks
Yep, It will rise then fall, once those inside know that they better get what they can get.
2 out of 100 shares shorted can only make this rise to a point then it shall fall.
401k plans are going to show a lot of money on the books, until people start cashing in
too bad there will be another popped bubble and the small fry workers will lose (AGAIN)
They take peoples 401k plans and overpay, using hard working peoples money, only to find out they lost 50% when they cash in on overpriced stocks
unless yahoo key statistics are incorrect, the short interest is very low.
who is buying at these prices?
must be 401k plans where people don't know what is being bought with their retirement money
I wish I knew what others know, I just don't know. Any company in business for 20 years with a P/E over 100, or 500, and still jumping up, I don't get it. But then again, I am not an insider. I think it is being pumped up, and people don't know it, they just want to jump on the gravy train.