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Amazon.com Inc

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-10.71% Today

Volume

$5M

Avg Volume

$4M

Market Cap

$1T

52 Week High

$3773.08

52 Week Low

$2707.04

Day High

$2903.695

Day Low

$2746.37

Previous Close

$2799.72

7 Days Mentions

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Who's calling bottom for tech? Stake your smarts!

Vampire Fangs' Next Target Are Fat & Juicy FAANG Stocks

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Growth stock valuations - why growth tech is (probably) not as expensive as you think

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Sizable long-term portfolio

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Timing a buy-in price / catching a falling knife / buying the dip

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US stocks performance during rate hikes has been fantastic, no need to worry in the long term!

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I'm planning to buy some stocks tomorrow, what do you recommend?

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here we go with earnings, IBM reports best growth in 10 years!...

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Nasty sell-off for those that are heavy in tech.

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Historical PE of big techs, a reason why you shouldn't panic if you are holding them

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Is it just me, or does this market pullback seem healthy?

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Impact of sell off in Dark pools Stock Market on public exchange price is crazy!

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When I finally have enough to buy one share of AMZN

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Evaluating financial health of companies

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Thinking of selling everything and full porting into AMZN & SHOP

Jeff Bezos Down $20 Billion in Two Months as $AMZN Approaches THE DEATH CROSS!

Can I get a refund? I thought $AMZN was going to moon

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Should you liquidate more resilient assets in order to take advantage of downturns in more volatile assets?

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Stock Repair Strategy on AMZN

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What's the future of AMZN?

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A Little Analysis on Big Tech (GOOG, MSFT, AAPL, AMZN)

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TSLA is going to drop more before it rises again.

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Dip in AMZN, NFLX, AAPL, EFX.

AMZN drooped $943 from its high $3773 on July 13, 2021

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Your shopping list today for a 2 year horizon?

It was a good run boys $AMZN

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Just got my shoes shined

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Detailed comparison of the (M)AANG stocks performance through the years...

FINANCIAL EXPERTS COWER WHEN THE HF SPOUT FUD — (just look how jittery their paper hands sell “great stocks” like MSFT, APPL, TSLA, AMZN, etc..)

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The case for $AMZN

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Random Facts About the NASDAQ Correction

Trying to nibble out $1k with $40k at risk on an AMZN call. Clearly not going well……..yet.

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Can Someone Help Me Out When It Comes To Conducting My First Options Trade?

GME float turnover compared to MSFT, AMZN, AAPL, TSLA and more

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AMZN still at 2020 prices

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What does AMZN do that nobody else does?

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Are CIDM’s days numbered?

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Metaverse stocks for kid's investment . My head is spinning.....

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$AMZN Breakout After Months of Lagging

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A Question of perspective

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Question regarding selling naked calls on RH to obtain massive leverage

November Update (FINRA OTC Data is slow AF - Retail has ZERO support) AMC shares traded 2678% of their float traded OVER THE COUNTER, GME of their float traded 1800% OVER THE COUNTER, compared to APPL & AMZN at 51% 44% of their float traded OTC. SHILLS (PAID PROPAGANDISTS) EXIST FOR A REASON.

November Update (FINRA OTC Data is slow AF - Retail has ZERO support) AMC shares traded 2678% of their float traded OVER THE COUNTER, GME of their float traded 1800% OVER THE COUNTER, compared to APPL & AMZN at 51% 44% of their float traded OTC. SHILLS (PAID PROPAGANDISTS) EXIST FOR A REASON.

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Time to long AMZN?

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What are your thoughts on BRK.B and its $777B Market Cap (8th highest market cap)

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Is it different this time? A wider perspective.

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Did a self exercise today

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Dollar Cost Avg 10 yr Suggestions?

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Undervalued metaverse plays? ATVI, EA, TTWO

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When does WCLD start looking attractive again?

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If you had to choose 5 stocks on a 10 year long position what would they be?

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AMZN: Worth the Buy?

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YOLOd into tech options (GOOG, AMZN) on the day before Fed Minutes. At Dollar General now shopping crayons for Lunch and Dinner.

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Re-Enter tech or wait?

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AMZN looks like a no brainer

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Long America. Long American Value stocks. Puts on 65 P/E AMZN. This is the way.

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Is there no hope for my portfolio?

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Rejoining the $FATH: A DD Part 2 - Squeeze + Value

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Rejoining the $FATH: A DD Part 2 - Squeeze + Value

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Thoughts on Selected Funds?

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1k to 1M challenge is off to a huge success!

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1k to 1M challenge is off to a huge success!

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1 share of AMZN or 18 shares of AAPL?

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What Do You Think of AFRM?

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Trading overview pt.3 look back on a few trades taken today

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GS swing and AMZN day trade

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1k to 1M challenge is off to a huge success. Here are the trades I took today $AAPL 180c 01/7 @ 2.00 > 2.65 (32%) $NVDA 310c 01/7 @ 3.45 > 4.4 (28%) $ABNB 170c 01/7 @ 2.34 > 2.37 SL triggered $AMZN 3450c 01/7 @ 11.15 > 14.95 (34%) $SQ 170c 01/07 @ 0.95 > 1.10 (15%)

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Decided to HODL instead of tax loss harvest to offset my AMZN+AAPL long term gains, then found out about margin so I bought more crack. Fortunately for me Fidelity is making "House Calls" during the holidays to check on customers well being. I hope they accept Walmart gift cards as payment.

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Credit spread wash sale issue

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Good year 😤

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Which 1 stock would you buy and hold for the rest of your life?

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Similarities to dot com

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AMZN - 1.07% SI. all time record!

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Putting 6k in my Roth this week and not sure what stocks to buy

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A message to all of you who earned less than 30% this year

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BABA, the next AMZN KILLER w/600PT

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Mega cap growth in the next 10-30 years?

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Is $RGS being bought out by $AMZN (sounds cliche I know) but this market cap doesn’t make sense and look what’s on Regis’s site now:

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Create a custom ETF?

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Portfolio of Companies You Actually Use

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Tom Lee and Gene Munster both see "treacherous" early 2022 for big tech and the stock market

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Tom Lee and Gene Munster both see "treacherous" early 2022 for big tech and the stock market

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AMZN continues to lag as the rest of the market is in the green today

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Amazon Stock: Why It's Cowen & Co.'s Top Mega-Cap Pick for 2022

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With negative real returns forecasted on US equities, how are you diversifying your portfolio in 2022?

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40% allocation at AMZN. Should I rebalance?

WUT DOES IT MEAN?! - To my fellow Apes, I bring a gift to put OTC Data in perspective. Merry Chrimbus. When does the ponzi scheme end? Calling all wrinkle brains, may ye egg nog be filled to the brim with rum. AMC/GME - Finra OTC Data Compared to Tesla, Apple, and Amazon TSLA APPL AMZN

WUT DOES IT MEAN?! - To my fellow Apes, I bring a gift to put OTC Data in perspective. Merry Chrimbus. When does the ponzi scheme end? Calling all wrinkle brains, may ye egg nog be filled to the brim with rum. AMC/GME - Finra OTC Data Compared to Tesla, Apple, and Amazon TSLA APPL AMZN

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To my fellow Apes, I bring a gift to put OTC Data in perspective. Merry Chrimbus. When does the ponzi scheme end? Calling all wrinkle brains, may ye egg nog be filled to the brim with rum. AMC/GME - Finra OTC Data Compared to Tesla, Apple, and Amazon TSLA APPL AMZN

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To my fellow Apes, I bring a gift to put OTC Data in perspective. Merry Chrimbus. When does the ponzi scheme end? Calling all wrinkle brains, may ye egg nog be filled to the brim with rum. - Finra OTC Data Compared to Tesla, Apple, and Amazon TSLA APPL AMZN

To my fellow Apes, I bring a gift to put OTC Data in perspective. Merry Chrimbus. When does the ponzi scheme end? Calling all wrinkle brains, may ye egg nog be filled to the brim with rum. AMC/GME - Finra OTC Data Compared to Tesla, Apple, and Amazon TSLA APPL AMZN

To my fellow Apes, I bring a gift to put OTC Data in perspective. Merry Chrimbus. When does the ponzi scheme end? Calling all wrinkle brains, may ye egg nog be filled to the brim with rum. AMC/GME - Finra OTC Data Compared to Tesla, Apple, and Amazon TSLA APPL AMZN

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Credit Spread Options Price

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$PPSI had an order of half their m cap for EV charge sites on Tue It is highly speculated that $AMZN is the client that placed the order

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$WMT will see massive growth in 2022

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$WMT has some of the best potential for growth...

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Rite Aid Short Squeeze is Imminent!

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$T - AT&T 10 year month chart

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Recession is brutal for common people. But it is also cyclic so avoiding it is next to impossible and timing it also not possible. Do the FA abd invest in stocks for long term. AMZN , msft and googl are tickers which are playing vital role in cloud transformation. The growth will continue so keep buying it or better to buy spy (as spy consists of all these tickers)in slow tranches as saving habit. Short term it may be red but long term it will be winner. Anytime better than saving in bond or real estate. Real estate is illiquid asset and comes with cost of maintenance. Index funds are much more hassle free investment. This is what i do , please do your own DD and do whatever suits your risk profile.

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What you describe is extremely common when a companies earnings are close to 0. P/E takes the last 4 quarters EPS divided by share price. So say your quarters go like this, -$3.00EPS, $0.55 EPS, $1.00 EPS, then $1.50EPS. Due to that one bad quarter your annual eps is $0.05. Now lets say your company trade for $100 a share, youre P/E will be 1000. Then a quarter goes by and you report an EPS of $2.00. Well now that bad quarter drops off and you get an annual EPS of $5.05 with a P/E of 19.8. One of the biggest mistakes I see new investors make is a fixation on P/E ratio without fully understanding the details. I couldnt even begin to tell you how many times over the years ive seen people on this sub lambasting AMZN, NFLX, and every big tech company during their growth phase, not fully understanding that their 400 p/e ratio was just a single measurement with varying usefulness. Cyclical companies will be all over the place, growth companies as well, and even stable companies will have one time hits to earnings which greatly skew their metrics.

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Since The Expanse has ended I couldn't bring myself to watch TV anymore. Long AMZN

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I think the bear case for NFLX is that they are competing against folks who are content losing money on streaming. AAPL and AMZN have other revenue streams and are fine to break even so can essentially overpay for content. Disney can sell merch or theme park tickets while breaking even too.

Invest in an ETF (like VTSAX) or a solid blue chip company that’s decently valued, like AMZN If you’re really open to risk though… Maybe checkout Baba, or DIS

AMZN Puts been making millionaires somewhere if they been on point

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haha AMZN options are hard to keep small for us plebs with low capital

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No pop until AMZN misses its er

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Opinions on AMZN? With an average buy in at $3250, what do you think I should do? Sell at -10% to protect risk of falling even harder or hold?

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Opinions on AMZN? With an average buy in at $3250, what do you think I should do? Sell at -10% to protect risk of falling even harder or hold?

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It's not over until my boomer boss sells his 401k (he was a perfect indicator for 2020, bought AMZN at 3700 and a really great guy to inverse, he has the cathie touch). Good news is I'll let you guys know when he does. Bad news is he hasn't even mentioned stocks this month yet. We have a long way down to go.

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AMZN down -25% since Bezos decided to dip, something real 🐟🐠🐡🦈🐟🐟🎣 going on

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i fucking know right.... i decided to buy amzn calls at 3400 and it dropped straight to 2700s...whens the right time to fkn buy calls for AMZN..

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Did Bezos leave AMZN at the top or was he the reason they got there?

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I did some hard work to make some under the radar picks. It was super diligent. Pretty happy with my unique portfolio. Ended up with AAPL, AMZN, FB, NFLX, GOOG, MSFT and TSLA.

I just noticed AMZN down -25% from ATH, wtf im buying tomorrow

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AMZN was the most popular in q4 2019, fo sure.

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That’s the point If AMZN had a memey autistic CEO it would do the same thing, it even has an unrelated space company

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\> Every single popular stock on WSB eventually tanks. The more popular it is, the harder it tanks. \> 1. Is this facts or nah? 2. If it is facts, then why tho? 3. What would happen if a ticker like $AMZN became the most popular? 4. WSB meme stock prank?

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I was curious about what this looked like so I tried it in TOS. I can create a covered spread just fine but when I try to add the short ATM put I get “cannot create custom covered spread.” Do certain brokers not allow this type of trade? I’m using the AMZN 19 Jan 24 @ $2750 strike to look at this.

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AMZN, SOFI and INTC. They are the only ones I am increasing.

Remember when AMZN was a company people talked about? Been a while.

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I’d be kinda nervous holding AMZN and FB through earnings (mostly FB, I don’t know how they’ll adapt to the new apple privacy policy). Also not a fan of INTC and because of that I’d replace SOX with SMH as well since it doesn’t hold any INTC. Personally I’d replace Intel with QCOM. Furthermore, I’d probably choose either V or MA doesn’t make sense to hold both imo. Other then that your positions seem fine, but I’d look to add GOOGL.

I mean, it will probably be at a level where inflation is back at 2%. One of the big things he emphasized was that future rate hikes would be determined in part by analyzing the effects of the hikes that would have already taken place. "In assessing the appropriate stance of monetary policy, the Committee will continue to monitor the implications of incoming information for the economic outlook. The Committee would be prepared to adjust the stance of monetary policy as appropriate if risks emerge that could impede the attainment of the Committee's goals. The Committee's assessments will take into account a wide range of information, including readings on public health, labor market conditions, inflation pressures and inflation expectations, and financial and international developments." I think everything falls when the market crashes because people are selling ETFs and entire asset classes. MSFT, AMZN, and AAPL all fell in March 2020, even though all 3 of them were well positioned for the a lockdown.

hey Ackman buy some fucking AMZN you putz

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A month? AMZN is red on the one year you ape

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The assault on Tech is absurd. This will end up looking like a discount. Multiples on big tech should honestly be going up...not down. Im trading memes for these deals. MSFT 277 was a gift. TSLA under 1200 is a gift and that is after multiple contraction. AMZN and GOOGL and FB are steals rn. AAPL probably makes more money than Denmark.

INTC/FB/AMZN: lvl 1 puts difficulty TSLA puts: dark souls level

Anyone notice how hard AMZN puts have been printing lately? Been thinking leap puts

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Cash gang until AMZN lowers more

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AMZN has no shame 😣

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Anything S&P and Dow related that u use on a daily basis is here to stay. AMZN is a war machine that has its foot in every door of the retail space. Hold next time

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lmao they really pumped AMZN 100 pts overnight for it to go red

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AMZN is the most frustrating POS out there

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glad I snagged AMZN shares at 2720

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glad I snagged AMZN shares at 2720

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The market was overpriced, but we had the correction we needed. Companies like NVDA, AMZN, MSFat and TSLA have had double digits corrections. Time to fly fuckers! Russia ain't gonna do shit, and Microsoft proved that valuations aren't all that bad. Can TSLA hit 1100? If it does I get 6 digits! 🤑

E Z O? All in on AMZN puts

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Imagine holding trash like AMZN or AAPL and trading sideways at best when you could be holding GME and making 15% in a day. I can't. _im literally just kidding please don't attack me lol_

>AMZN bought AMZN about a year and a half ago at a higher price than it is now. Sold way back when for a profit and glad I didn't hold. What a shitty stock.

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AMZN is probably the worst big tech stock to hold. It’s one year stock price is bad

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Holy shit are they mandating AMZN has to stop FBA????

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>\*WASHINGTON AG SAYS AMAZON TO STOP `SOLD BY AMAZON' PROGRAM $AMZN ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-01-26 ^13:09:41 ^EST-0500

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Yes AMZN supports Schumer’s bill. AMZN is also endorsing two bills led separately by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and by Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) that each would also expunge some marijuana-related crimes, in addition to removing the federal prohibition. AMZN also tapped its in-house lobbyists to work on both bills in the second half of last year, according to disclosure filings

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Why sell AMZN? It’s such a safe hold

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thats a specious argument on the surface. They may beat "actively managed funds" but they dont necessarily beat buyin and hold of great companies. For example, if you bought 3 well researched, solid companies 10 yrs ago (AMZN, FB, OLLI) you would have killed the market. I just picked 3 random companies. You can look back to select other companies with solid book value (net worth) and/or earnings growth (profitable companies) and you will likely see the same trend. Actively managed funds, have a lot of turnover, expenses, and activity for the sake of it.

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He sold half of his position because WA state (where he lives) is initiating a 7% capital gains tax on capital gains in excess of $250,000. He obviously sold to avoid this tax which would have been quite substantial for him. No other reason. A lot of old time MSFT, AMZN employees sitting on ton of capital gains & living in WA state took profits last year to avoid the additional state tax. No other reason. He continues to hold the other half. https://www.geekwire.com/2021/satya-nadella-sells-half-his-microsoft-stock-weeks-before-state-implements-new-capital-gains-tax/

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Let's go down to 2,000, AMZN! I believe in you!

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What happened to AMZN? Why are people selling it? I can't find any info online. Was this forseeable? I think it's should be 4000$, it's now at 2800$.

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NIO feels the same as when I was accumulating AMZN at $300. Company and brand has sooo much potential and will be a powerhouse in 2-5 years

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AMZN fighting for its life to get to 2810...

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AMZN refusing to break below 2800

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100 pts fade for AMZN Cool Cool Fuck

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Makes sense when they are one of the only companies that prints money.. This market is fucked my friend - shit stocks like DKNG who lose billions every year are up 15% while good companies that print money like AMZN and MSFT are lucky to be green.

Hope AMZN craps down to 2700 again. I might actually be green. :O

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Lol AMZN gave back a $90 gain at open big money unloading

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It’s truly an amazing sight to see AMZN near ITM calls/puts are both red lol

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Agreed. Hearing about how AMZN will hit 4000 for like a year now... These high paid professional analysts are the dumb.

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FB/AMZN low key ruining the vibe

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It's normal bullshit, jesus christ off the rails since the new year. Everything off, but AMZN seems like hit the hardest of big tech continually. And over the past goddamn year.

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Ngl AMZN chart looks fugly. Yikes![img](emote|t5_2th52|4640)

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Credit goes to AMZN

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MSFT beat is just the first potential momentum shifter, but the overall market sentiment is still very bearish. SO we got a pop on a beat and strong guidance, but we'll need more from JPOW, TSLA, AAPL, GOOG, AMZN, FB over the next 6 trading days to fully reverse. It's still a long shot but step 1 one was positive.

Ha seriously. If AMZN decided to split...but of course that's not happening.

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What would happen AMZN AAPL and MSFT all reported on the same day and shattered expectations. What would SPY look like?

AMZN imploded from the open. That’s big money unloading that pop 🐻🚀

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Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) is supporting a House Republican bill introduced in November that leaves cannabis reform up to states and removes it as a Schedule I substance. The bill, the States Reform Act, is sponsored by Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina. It would allow regulation of cannabis in much the same way as alcohol and establish a minimum age of 21 for consumption of marijuana. "There are three things that really bring people together —animals, Britney Spears and cannabis," Mace told Forbes. "Those are the three things I've found that have struck a chord with the American people and that can bring people together at the dinner table — just like apple pie." Mace's bill is viewed as more pro-business and pro-industry compared to legislation introduced by Democrats. For example, her bill proposes a 3% excise tax compared to a 10% tax in Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's (D-N.Y.) bill.

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If I just lost 10k on AMZN calls and then lost another 10k on puts I think I’d actually rope myself

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AMZN Puts ten baggers here

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I lost $10k last week getting into AMZN at $3100 a share...

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BULZ - triple leveraged ETN trading near all time lows. Tracks FB / AMZN / AAPL / NFLX / NVDA / GOOG / TSLA / MSFT Currently $16.72/share, ATH of $35.85, up 8.46% PM

Imagine: day 1: MSFT great earnings day 2: JPow stays the course, neither more hawkish nor dovish than expected. TSLA great earnings day 3: AAPL great earnings Next week: GOOG, AMZN, FB, AMD(?), BABA all great earnings

FAGMAN is where it is now... Facebook, Apple, Google, MSFT, AMZN, nvda

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As a standalone, I 100% agree. I doubt a ton of people enjoy working at MCD or WMT. But when viewed in the larger picture of things: AMZN is profitable and could dump its entire retail division and become 10x more profitable (see AWS growth and numbers). In fact as an AMZN investor I'd rather see them shift away from retail and I'm ok with the rumored Prime membership pricing going up as a result. AWS is going to be their money printer in the future. GME desperately needs its workers in their current model and in their pivot. The average GameStop employee sees no difference in how this new board treats them and won't care to be part of this massive undertaking to turn the ship.

MSFT earnings also bodes well for AMZN. Being in that industry I can confirm the crazy business demand for cloud services.

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Trade I'm thinking about tomorrow. Low Conviction, maybe 1/20th bet, AMZN 3000c 2/11. The thing here is to keep betting small, anticipating AMZN up in two weeks. When this Ukraine thing turns around, you'll be in position, but expect one week it'll zero, next week it might pump so don't push all in at all. If the market is still correcting 2/18, change this trade. Something really bad is going on. If the market does turn around, AMZN typically has wicked high alpha over the short term.

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Buffett has spoken about how stupid it is to categorise some stocks as growth stocks and other stocks as value stocks because fair value depends on growth and most value names are value names for a reason. You want growth at a fair price, the problem is most people don't know how to identify what a fair price is for growth because they're comparing metrics directly with relatively stagnant companies. People forget how companies like FB used to trade with a PS in the high teens / low twenties and a PE over 100 during a period when interest rates were much higher. Stock like SHOP trading at a 25 PS and 150ish TTM PE today are just not as expensive or unreasonably priced as some people think. As an investor the biggest mistake I've made is probably not investing in companies like FB, AMZN and NFLX years ago because I was concerned about their valuations. Not only was I wrong about these stocks not justifying their high valuations, I could have never imagined them so significantly outperforming the broader market. In many cases these names could have been 2x more expensive than they were and still have been fantastic investments. I do agree with you that you shouldn't have a portfolio full of growth stocks though and that there is a difference between highly speculative, sometimes pre-revenue investments and growth stocks like SHOP or TDOC. For example a stock like SPCE doesn't even have a proven business model yet and really shouldn't be in the same category as companies like SHOP and NET which I and others use every day professionally. These aren't memes or highly speculative companies yet to prove they have a business but legit companies that are growing fast and offering real value to their users.

Aren't AMZN and GOOG more a value stock nowadays, it's not exactly a growth stock anymore...

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BULZ up 6.3% PM, still dirt cheap at 16.47 Triple-leveraged ETN that tracks FB / AMZN / AAPL / NFLX / NVDA / GOOG / TSLA / MSFT

>Imagine looking at AMZN in 1999 Jesus, do you have any idea how ridiculous this sounds? I hear GME get compared to AMZN and TSLA all the time and it's honestly sad. Do you have any idea how delusional you sound?

And Domino's I was early in AMZN but Domino's still returned better for me. Going in around May 2010 I'm up about 3000% for my original 1400 invest that got me 203 shares. If you want know the investments strategy on this one I was stoned and wanted Domino's for some reason and that somehow morphed to idea that so many other ppl are stoned and order pizza. This a gold mine... forget PE or earning calls.... my thesis was manches for the win.. When I later understood what gold mine this stock was doubled down 200 more shares at 23$. Sold 50% of my shares for 510$ per share last year but still long for Domino's

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What people are confusing is speculative SPACs and growth stocks with no EBIDTA, with GARP, growth at a reasonable price. It’s a sliding spectrum. Many new investors slid too hard to the high risk high speculative side. True growth at a reasonable price is $GOOG, $MSFT, $AAPL, and what we are tying to find out is if $AMZN still has more of that growth juice wiht it’s e-commerce and AWS + “other” revenue line.

Index funds don’t get to choose the weighting of tech stocks. They just rebalance and reflect a market cap weighted representation of the market. Mutual funds can do whatever, yes. $MSFT dipped because they didn’t release guidance until later in the call. When the guidance came out, it went green. I agree with everything else you said, re $AAPL, $AMZN, $TSLA. Rerate could be in the cards depending on the strength of earnings.

I’m a fan of selling puts knowing I’m ok owning at that price. In the red on AMZN and FB puts but ok owning here.

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I agree with you. I do think that way way too many growth stocks had such crazy valuations that an obvious overcorrection was in the cards. I also believe that after $NFLX earnings disaster a lot of Index Funds and Mutual Funds are starting to realize they might be too overweight tech stocks. That to me explains $MSFT dip after very very good earnings. These funds are looking for reasons to sell and diversify their holdings into other sectors like Energy / Gas and Dividend stocks. It also took me a long time to realize P/E is not a good stock valuation as it is measuring past success when stocks are priced based on future earnings. That's why Forward P/E is MUCH MUCH better stock valuation and why tech stocks have a much higher valuation than Coca-Cola or Walgreens. The problem I have with tech is it was so overvalued after the start of the market freaking out over the Virus that it got to dot com nosebleed levels. That also means there maybe some very good buying opportunities now. But it also means $AAPL, $AMZN, and $TSLA have the potential for a market correction like $NFLX after earnings.