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Analysts React To Amazon's Q1: Everyone Remains A Bull
Article By: Benzinga
Friday, April 26, 2019 1:31 PM EDT
Amazon reported a notable beat on the profit line in its first-quarter results, although management's operating profit outlook for the second quarter fell short of expectations. Here's a summary of how the Street's top analysts reacted to the print.
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3M, Starbucks, & Amazon Earnings Results Reviewed
Article By: TheoTrade
Friday, April 26, 2019 1:03 PM EDT
A review of 3M, Starbucks and Amazon after earnings Also a lookt at Microsoft and Facebook.
In this article: MSFT, MMM, SBX, AMZN Also: FB
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Amazon Prime Two-Day Shipping Drops Down To One Day
Article By: Shelly Palmer
Friday, April 26, 2019 9:07 AM EDT
Amazon is getting ready to include one-day shipping for its Prime customers, instead of the interminable two-day shipping it currently offers. (How did we put up with this two-day stuff for so long?)
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Intel’s Guidance: Not So Good - Big Test For Semis
Article By: Michael J. Kramer
Friday, April 26, 2019 12:04 AM EDT
Today was a dull day, with the S&P 500 doing a whole bunch of nothing. Intel is another story - shares are down after lowering its guidance.
In this article: INTC, AMZN, NFLX, FB, SMH
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Amazon Jumps And Dumps As AWS Growth Slows, Outlook Disappoints
Article By: Tyler Durden
Thursday, April 25, 2019 7:41 PM EDT
The pingpong afterhours chart reflects the topline slowdown ... and the doubled profit margin ... and the disappointing outlook ...and the bump in international ... etc.
In this article: AMZN
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Kurt Benson 6/17/2016 4:17:28 AM

Thanks for all your comments. And while you are all correct, I suspect that $AMZN is looking to vertically integrate and become a competing shipping industry. Just as they decided to become their own web hosting company and became a dominant player in that space. I suspect they will not only drop UPS, but will begin to compete with it. That could crush $UPS.

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Alexis Renault 6/17/2016 2:35:38 AM

What percentage of total $UPS deliveries are made up by $AMZN? Is it really that significant?

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Kurt Benson 6/17/2016 2:26:14 AM

What about how #Amazon launched it's own truck shipping company and its 20% stake that it purchased in #AtlasAir last month for air deliveries? Seems to me that they are looking to ditch #UPS. I would think that would be a major threat to the company and it's bottom line. $AMZN $AAWW $UPS

Netflix: Valuations, Competition, And Questionable Accounting Point To Potential Crash
Kurt Benson 2/3/2016 12:38:17 AM

Excellent post on $NFLX that gives me much to think about. I agree with much of what you said but I think there are some emotional factors that you left out which should not be negated.

1. I think on average, Netflix customers are fiercely loyal compared to other companies.

2. Netflix has a great product which they keep improving upon. Netflix is actually more reliable than my cable provider.

3. Netflix has the first movers advantage. Even $AMZN hasn't made much of a dent and they are giving away their video on demand service free to their millions of prime customers. I get Amazon instant video free, yet I still prefer Netflix.

Talking Numbers: Amazon
Roger Harris 2/2/2016 1:59:51 AM

Amazon it all about the long play. If they wanted to focus on profits, they could. But Bezos has a vision and $AMZN will eventually dominate.

Why Apple May Not Win in China
Alexis Renault 2/1/2016 6:08:20 PM

I found it mind boggling that $AMZN was getting punished for having it's best quarter in history. But this article shed some light on the issue for me, thanks.

Amazon Continues Its Winning Streak, And Shows No Sign Of Stopping
Sandy Newman 1/7/2016 8:00:04 PM

Nothing will be able to stop Amazon... unless $AMZN shareholders get fed up with it's decision to always sacrifice profits for growth. But I think most understand that Bezos has vision.

Is Amazon The Canary In The Market's Coal Mine?
Frank J. Williams 5/13/2015 7:48:43 PM

Nice article Joseph, with some excellent points. I have always found it ironic that Amazon is such a Wall Street darling when the company has such a difficult time actually being profitable. And yes, the stock price is higher than it should be.

But in general, I've been won over. The more I think about it, Amazon is clearly a long term play and so is the company's strategy. For instance, the way they sell Amazon hardware (Kindle e-readers, tablets, phones, Amazon TV Echo etc) so cheap, some say at a loss is at first hard to fathom. But it further absorbs customers into the Amazon ecosystem. They end up buying more digital and even real products.

For instance the new Amazon Dash is so brilliant, I expect it will dramatically increase sales and revenues and is simply put, a smart, innovative product. Amazon is always thinking 10 steps ahead of other companies and that is why Amazon will end up (and stay up) on top.

Clearly I'm bullish on $AMZN, but after taking all the above into consideration, is the stock really so overpriced?

Brick-and-Mortar Retailers Must Reinvent Themselves To Survive The Shift To Online Shopping
Carol W 1/4/2015 1:47:01 PM

$AMZN cmon..NYC? it's just BEZOS ego flexing.He wants to be on the busiest corner on the planet..34th and fifth.EMPIRE SB no less! Just using the store as a billboard to push AMZN presence. thought it was a pickup center vs real retail like BBY.

Don't talk to me about Woolworths..I LIVED there as a child.lol

Alibaba IPO Delayed To Address SEC Questions
Mike Nolan 9/8/2014 11:44:54 PM
Good for $AMZN, buying here.
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