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Do your due diligence...don’t listen to others in this board and buy/sell shares. I check this board for informational purpose, not to get any buy/sell opinion. One thing I can tell you....invest in good companies for long term and you won’t regret. I regret for not holding my Amzn shares bought around $500 10 years ago. You know what I mean.
Anytime this stock goes down, I add more to my position. Will gladly add a few shares at this price.
this stock appears very expensive, but even buying a single share returns almost $75-$170 every few days.... i love it
No matter what anybody says . . .
AMZN is here to stay and with COVID 19 crisis, confirmed that they will lead the new normalcy of doing almost everything online, starting with e-commerce leading to more telecommunication, telecommuting, digital marketing, remote health care . . .everything we can do remotely.
Especially now at end of the year, getting close to the holiday . . .everyone will be shopping online using Amazon.
I don't usually post with any share price prediction as nobody really knows what the future holds, but you don't have to be a genius to see that AMZN will do much better going forward.
I feel good and relaxed with my investment on AMZN . . .
GLTA and Have a nice weekend all longs!!
good time to buy now?? any suggestion?
Amazon's Prime Day sales grew 49% Y/Y, giving Q4 GMV boost - Piper Sandler
Piper maintains an Overweight rating and $3,860 price target on Amazon.
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BOOM! AMAZON PRIME! “Consumer spending, which has stayed resilient despite headwinds from a lack of additional fiscal stimulus and a labor market decimated by COVID-19, is showing promise ahead of the holiday season. On Friday, data showed that retail sales rose 1.9% in the month of September, climbing for a fifth month in a row — even as personal income dropped and consumers are saving money at historically high levels, with anxiety about the coronavirus recovery running high. Meanwhile, apparel sales are suffering as many professionals work remotely.”
Amazon confirmed to CNN Business that this Prime Day was the best on record since the annual event started in 2015, but the company declined to include this detail in this year's official announcement. Amazon declined to provide a sales figure, but some analysts had predicted Amazon would make as much as $10 billion in sales this Prime Day.
Back to $3400
Buy red sell green not rocket science
Keeping my shares. I'm in the red, but guess what, I'll be making money in no time.
watched amzn go up everday till it got to 35hundred finally bought into it and now it seems to go down everday any thoughts
people always say never sell your amazon shares , there's a reason for it. EARNING IS coming, another Best quarter for amazon, covid will just help amaozn
Amazon Prime Day sales surge 45 percent to over $10 billion, and Amazon reportedly raked in more than $10 billion during this week's two-day Prime Day sale, so I have no clue as to why we saw such a large dip there at the end. Somebody hit the sell button by mistake?
Up almost $22 at the end of AH trading . .
Looking good to rock tomorrow . . .
See you at 4000 after earnings
Amazon Prime Day 2020 Marked the Two Biggest Days Ever for Small & Medium Businesses in Amazon's Stores Worldwide
Amazon Prime Day 2020 Marked the Two Biggest Days Ever for Small & Medium Businesses in Amazon's Stores Worldwide | Markets Insider
Amazon’s revenue from Prime Day is expected to be about $7.5 billion, according to analysts from JPMorgan, up 42% from its estimated $5.3 billion in revenue last year. Where does stock go if they report $10B+ in revenue???
Amazon Halo, PillPack and now Amazon Care. This moves the needle on fair value of company, look for upgrades to start soon
Street looking for 22% increase in revenues per year over next five years with operating margins hitting 10%
With the new health care services and more coming look for increase in revenue and margins expansion
Could this be the reason for the GIGANTIC drop??
“Citi analyst Jason Bazinet says Amazon's (AMZN +0.1%) Prime Day event this year had flat Y/Y growth compared to the 8% growth in 2019, citing SimilarWeb data.”
You look at the charts. Naz dropped 1.11% while AMZN .11% at 2PM to close. Amzn has good support around $3200.
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