You may be correct in overall transactions but the cartel knows where the close will be and target their sales of options accordingly. They are tricky, tricky, people and will win in the long run.
Retail business is good but the cloud is better. Amazon is the market leader by a wide margin. In fact it has 10 times the business as all other providers combined. Q-1 was the first time that segment was highlighted and I am sure it will be again in Q-2.
My guess is that AMZN will close around $425 next Friday even though it is likely to go above $435 tomorrow.
Welcome to the nut house. There is money to be made here but common sense is a real handicap.
So you think you are a greater authority than GOD??? GOD promises eternal life to those who accept the salvation from the death penalty that is on us through sin. I would rather believe GOD than you unless you can create a universe like GOD did. The smartest man that ever lived is an idiot when compared to GOD and I don't think you are anywhere near the smartest man that ever lived.
Did you once use the label nemesiseditor? I think he was the top paid poster in 1999 when Amazon was making the big climb. Why do you think that only increases are manipulated? There is just as much money to be made going down as there is going up. It is all in knowing in advance which way it will be going.
The volume on the one minute chart shows manipulation so clearly that even the SEC should be able to see it. No wonder Rush Limbaugh says that SEC stands for "Secret Extra Cash".
Meanwhile five banks, that got 50 Billion in taxpayer money because they were "too large to fail", just got fined 5.7 billion for manipulating the FOREX. Those who lost money due to the manipulation will never see the 5.7 billion.
AMZN does not need to close in the red today for the manipulators to make money. The closing price tomorrow is what counts and it is fairly certain it will be below $430.
How wrong can a poster be? Things did look much different three days ago but never count the manipulators out. They are tricky, tricky, people; selling call options like crazy this morning.
Billionaire Ken Griffin’s investment in AMZN doesn't mean that it is a good investment for you. It just means that he is one of the manipulators that makes a killing each week from the options that he sells.
It is a beautiful day. I thought AMZN would be going up today so, when it dropped below $419, I bought 10 options to buy AMZN for $422.50. I paid $2,000 and just an hour later sold them for $4,100. Sure would like to do that every day.
Sounds like a perfect marriage to me. One half pushing brick and mortar and the other half pushing the internet. How incompatible can you get?