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Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN)

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3,415.06-29.09 (-0.84%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
3,408.06 -7.00 (-0.20%)
After hours: 04:29PM EDT
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  • L
    Len
    Stop knit picking! Tremendous Growth in year over year Revenue & Earnings.
    Anticipated Growth should make AMZN a $5000.00 per share stock next year this
    time.
  • D
    David
    everybody notice Amazon Brick and Mortar revenue growth of 10% last Qtr ?...

    they don't hide numbers like Walmart , and just say , oh yeah , online sales increased , trust me ...oh nooo , AMZN breaks it out in the SEC filing ..

    Sears did that trust me jazz , sold $1 online , and next QTr had 100% growth , they sold $2 ...

    they are making more $ on Brick and Mortar than Wally , and as store count increases , so will that B&M #
    Bullish
  • K
    Kevin
    Pain continues for the short position holders. The way it is going, the squeeze is going to be huge. All the empty shelves on brick and mortar will be translated to AMZN deliveries. I doubt anyone will take a late delivery from a store vs AMZN on line shopping and its prowess in delivering goods better than anyone else.
  • F
    Fosters
    Stock split surprise on the earnings day
    Bullish
  • S
    SeptimusHarding
    I ordered (expensive) beef stock jelly from Amazon (around £30). I received chicken stock jelly instead. I wen ton the site and they told me item is not refundable, link to contact Amazon right there. I click the link and it leads to an automated service that tells me they will give me a full refund in less than a minute.
    Amazon has not only revolutionised retail. It has revolutionised customed service and customer satisfaction in a way inconceivable only a couple of decades ago.
  • Z
    Zosimo
    This company is doing all it can to help solve the unemployment problem. Good work Amazon.
  • R
    Remmy
    Federal Reserve has been in control of the rates and it has shown the ability to control rate for two years now. rate is not the problem the problem is giving out trillions of taxpayer dollars free money to the wealthy and to the poor who are not contributing to the economy through Blood Sweat and Tears that the labor in this country bares the brunt of the weight. while the middle class will ultimately take the biggest hit when the shell game is over and we all discovered the ball was never under any of the cups
  • K
    Kevin
    if you are not covering your short positions in this short lived opportunity, you will be looking into large losses. Before the session ends today, AMZN will be green.
    For longs, here is an opportunity to buy.
  • S
    Suryoday
    Amazon needs a 7% gain day! It really is long due! Needs to settle at 3600 before taking off to 4400
    Bullish
  • T
    Terry
    Sold Bitcoin to buy more Amazon
    Bullish
  • D
    DiLee
    how long has everyone held $AMZN?
  • L
    Law
    Five members of the House Judiciary Committee sent a letter to Amazon CEO Andy Jassy saying it appeared that former CEO Jeffrey Bezos and other executives may have lied under oath when they said that Amazon doesn’t use data on third-party goods sold on its platform to develop competitive products.
  • C
    Capitoline
    Last year AMZN hired 100k temp workers. This year 150k.
  • y
    yolo
    a gift at these prices
  • M
    Martin
    I'm questoning myself - how many investors here understand that 50 percent of profit in last quarter was from AWS. World leading cloud solution - being leader in industry which just can't be stopped.

    Im working as cloud expert and trust me - AWS will be 75 percent of profit of Amazon in 3 years. Check for yourselves what is average PE of any leading Cloud/SaaS company - Salesforce, Snowflake etc. You cant find any under 100 PE. Amazon has forward PE under 50 - lowest in decades. This stock did not move for 18 months. Prepare for huge growth.

    Forget to see Amazon as ecommerce. You don't care about prime day or black friday.. What you need to care about news in their storage and computation services, new data centers, cloud solutions for goverments etc. That is what matter for 2026 in Amazon.

    And as a cloud expert I will tell you "secret". Once you migrate/deploy your infra into Cloud (eg AWS) you are doing that for years. Because migration into another cloud cost you huge pile of money. That is reason AWS just cant stop to grow. It's rise 25-20 percent lee year at least next 8-10 years.
  • K
    Kevin
    to $3,800 post earnings, if stock split announced, it will creep up to $4100 by year end
  • b
    ben
    Sepetember Retail sales number this morning was almost entirely driven by online sales. Online sales rose 0.6% for the month,
    Bullish
  • B
    Bobby
    I just bought another 24 shares. Amzn is way undervalued compared to rest of market. The only company hiring nonstop!!!
  • R
    Richard
    Just wait until they increase prime membership $25, this stock will pop, everyone wants prime membership!
    Bullish
  • N
    NittanyDuck
    Great company (not to work for) but awful stock. Clearly, all the growth was built into the price rise a couple years ago and before that. I can't imagine what it would look like if they didn't consistently hit the ball out of the park. I own a bunch and am not selling...just sayin'
    Neutral
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