That will eat their profits of a few quarters, if any.
no need to argue. some are lazy, some don't have cars. Also some tiny/small items is not easy to find, you can try online. That is just all of it. No more than that though.
But most of people have cars, they are not lazy. It is deep-rooted culture here. It is more convenient in may ways than online shopping.
Don't worry. It can't happen, Sam Uncle won't let it happen either. Online sales, if not yet, will reach the peak percentage soon, it will a part of the game, can never replace the majority of shopping culture here.
Can you catch the lowest point, or the highest point? The wildness will be gone at the end of the day and next days though. It will stay at the bottom or the peak only for very very short moment, because it is totally stay far away from the fundamentals.
My understanding is that I will receive some new ADRs in the Novermber dividend payment date, but why they took the corresponding money off from my account? and so early, as early as Oct. 15?
Funny GG. Nobody knows how it goes everyday. Neither You, Nor Me. If I know, I won't be here today. But overall, AMZN is way overpriced.
The money has been taken off from my Scottrade brokerage account on Oct. 15, but the corresponding dividend shares (default option) is not showing up in yet. Any idea, when?
Well, I occasionally use AMZN too. The biggest problem, in my personal view, is the difficulty of return and exchange. Driving a car goes shopping to local stores, sometimes, later you may want to exchange or return, is a part of our deep-rooted culture. But return and exchange is a huge pain with AMZN. This is the fundamental issue of AMZN unsolvable.
I am not a prime member. One of my friends is, he is happy with that. As an investor, I asked him about AMZN the question " Do they earn money?". His answer is quick and simple, "No, I think they lose money".
I doubt it would go as low as ~4.90. This bank and those banks are in much better shapes than they were in 2008-2009 crisis. Growth slow? Stagnation? Banks won't go anywhere.
History will be most likely similar.
QE will save the European banks and stimulate economy recovery of Europe, just as it did for USA.
The bull market in USA started in March of 2009 as Citi's CEO then sent one internal email leaking the news that they finally turned out to be profitable. Similarly, the bull market of Europe will start when one of the biggest banks in Europe report their solid huge net earnings. It won't be far away from now.