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AMZN max pain $325.00 expiration Friday 10/03/2014

The max pain strike for stock AMZN and expiration Friday 10/03/2014 is $325.00. Highest put open interest is 305.00. Highest call open interest is 340.00. Put-Call ration is 1.33. 12 more words

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Why Wall Street Still Won't Buy Amazon

The initial public offering of Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) should remind investors what a great business Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) is. Both market cloud services and business-to-business products, and are huge e-commerce portals. 333 more words

Investing

10 Companies Cutting the Most Jobs

Through August, planned job cuts were slightly lower than they were during the first eight months of 2013. In all, companies have announced just under 333,000 planned layoffs so far this year, down 4% from roughly 347,000 layoffs announced between January and August of 2013. 2,067 more words

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Facebook Climbs in Ranking of Top 50 Web Properties

Digital media research firm comScore has released its ranking of the top 50 U.S. Web properties for August, and once again the list is topped by Google Inc. 307 more words

GOOG

AMZN max pain $330.00 expiration Saturday 09/20/2014

The max pain strike for stock AMZN and expiration Saturday 09/20/2014 is $330.00. Highest put open interest is 300.00. Highest call open interest is 370.00. Put-Call ration is 1.15. 12 more words

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German Workers Walk Out at Amazon Warehouses

For at least the third time in 2014, Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has been hit by a workers walkout at its German warehouses. Workers at two distribution centers in Bad Hersfeld walked out late Sunday night, followed by workers at three other locations early Monday morning. 253 more words

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To start – most of the indices are overbought on larger time frames across the board, which is a good case to be short high beta names. 285 more words