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Have Investors Had Enough of Jeff Bezos Walmarting Business?

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has been one of the greatest growth stories of the current generation. It has grown from a mere online seller of books and CDs to an online giant that sells just about everything and wants your media dollars too. 921 more words

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AMZN max pain $350.00 expiration Friday 08/01/2014

The max pain strike for stock AMZN and expiration Friday 08/01/2014 is $350.00. Highest put open interest is 300.00. Highest call open interest is 410.00. Put-Call ration is 1.20. 12 more words

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Fire Phone Launch Fails to Stop Amazon Stock Price Bleeding

When Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) reported second-quarter earnings after the markets closed Thursday, the first highlight it listed for its just-ended quarter was its introduction of the Fire phone. 351 more words

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July 25, 2014

Stocks opened sharply lower this morning. The Dow and SPX are currently down 134 pts & .54%, respectively. Consumer discretion and energy (yesterday’s leaders) are lagging today. 399 more words

Mr. Bezos - Please Sir, I'd Like Some More

By David Nelson, CFA

Just some quick thoughts from last nights’ Amazon (AMZN) conference call.

Amazon (AMZN) may be at a crossroads with investors. No one is questioning the success of the company or Jeff Bezos vision. 221 more words

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Kindle Unlimited: publishers as collateral damage?

At one time there was only the Kindle.

Then came the Kindle Fire and Amazon Prime.  Now there’s the Fire phone and Kindle Unlimited–all five programs (along with a bunch of smaller ones) launched by Amazon (AMZN) to bind customers ever closer to the shopping service and get them to buy more stuff through it. 616 more words

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Amazon Loss Widens as Bezos Pours Money Into New Services

Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) fell more than 11 percent after posting its widest loss since 2012, as its cloud-computing business showed signs of cooling and investments in new distribution warehouses and gadgets hold back profitability. 627 more words

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