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Walls street controllers trying their best to continue to prop this overvalued stock up... who’s gonna win? Bulls or Bears. My money is on the bears finally taking this bloated internet retailer down for awhile
So, if the premarket data was on the upside, how could this be floundering right now?
Would you believe that Amazon made only 4B profit since 1997 and that Walmart made 16B profit just in 2016 alone? I hate Walmart but I am just saying AMZN is becoming a big bubble.
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Tadalafil is an erectile dysfunction (ED) treatment that boasts bioequivalence with Cialis, the current leading brand, and with a successful biostudy in-hand a 505(b)(2) NDA is set to be filed any day now, meaning that a full launch should be expected in mid-2018. Cialis is already winning-out over Viagra in terms of numbers of prescriptions, which is largely down to price and efficacy, but when Tadalafil comes to market with the same product in a more convenient and discreet delivery mechanism, IntelGenX should see a massive number of customers take-up its services.
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Why is it down? They told me this was a good one.
Amazon just traded like NASDAQ today, if NSDAQ goes up AMZN goes up.
Nasdaq turning around lets get back up to $1,009+ today.
AMZN has taken over all retail worldwide. A govt ordered breakup is inevitable.
What an opportunity. Will pop back to 1,000 in no time.
if you can see level 2 before early trading it is going up Big Time...
if you missed buying Amazon at 976.00 I feel bad for you....
Wow how many idiot shorts are on this board. I guess if you can't afford buying shares, you better sell them. LOL
Still here still richer then you. LOL
Amazon Debt? No margins, no matter.
For those of you worried about Amazon's debt, every soon to be unemployed stock analyst has been saying this for the last 20+ years...guess what Amazon is still leaving boxes on your doorsteps.
Our own Government has 20+ trillion in debt, guess what? It’s also still here….debt no longer matters as long as world banks keep giving out money for free with low to no interest rates. As long as this continues the band will remain on stage.
Unfortunately debt only matters when businesses or individuals have no revenue stream or new money to service and pay it back. You really think Amazons revenue stream is going to slow down…or stop existing. Think again.
Consumer debt is the same as it has been for the last 20+ years, the same people that were in debt 20 years ago have since filled bankruptcy again and are now in debt again ,this will rinse and repeat for the next 20+ years as it has been.
Granted technology is displacing more workers today and adding them new into this consumer debt pool but it is being compensated by the 1% who continue to gain more and more lion share of wealth with each passing year making up the tax and revenue shortfalls.
Our own federal government uses Amazon AWS for mission critical services. Amazon will not be allowed to fail, Amazon is a part of the United States Critical infrastructure program through its use of AWS.
Amazon will be bailed out by all of us taxpayers in any type of “black swan” event. So Amazon debt? No margins, no matter.
Big Bounce UP today but now and take a LONG lunch....