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Amazon.com Inc

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Price

$3239

$-3.76 (-0.12%) Today

Mentions (24Hr)

13

-40.91% Today

Volume

$2M

Avg Volume

$3M

Market Cap

$2T

52 Week High

$3773.08

52 Week Low

$2881

Day High

$3244.9778

Day Low

$3196.01

Previous Close

$3224.28

7 Days Mentions

261

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Are CIDM’s days numbered?

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

$AMZN Breakout After Months of Lagging

A Question of perspective

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)

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?

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?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

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

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

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%)

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

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

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

BABA, the next AMZN KILLER w/600PT

r/investingSee Post

Mega cap growth in the next 10-30 years?

r/ShortsqueezeSee Post

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

r/StockMarketSee Post

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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It's difficult to make a case for buying growth stocks right now that doesn't sound like bs

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Would you buy GOOG or AMZN today.

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Can you day trade butterfly spreads?

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Decoupling in S&P 500 Stocks

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FAANG IS NOT SAFE

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$AMZN thoughts - options ideas

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Barron's top picks for 2022 (IBM what?)

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Pelosi defends stock trading by lawmakers and their spouses: ‘We are a free-market economy’

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AMZN gains bought at the bottom of today

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Top 5 Metaverse stocks to invest in for the mid to long term future

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Long(large cap) equity on margin, General consensus?

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Here is a Market Recap for today Tuesday, December 14, 2021

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Here is a Market Recap for today Tuesday, December 14, 2021

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Loss Porn: Twin Peaks

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It's times like this when you have to go back to basics. Who is RC and why are we buying shares of this company.

r/ShortsqueezeSee Post

Something fishy is going on nowdays.

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Has AMZN stagnated this year?

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UndUnderstanding DWAC/TMTG's Value Proposition - 12-13-21

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Puts on $LWLG: hedge fund managed share selling scam on a do-nothing company

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Understanding DWAC/TMTG's Value Proposition

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Six Amazon workers dead, no hope of more survivors after tornadoes destroy Amazon warehouse

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Nasdaq would NOT be down 25% YTD without the top 5 stocks. Proof inside.

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Big Tech's Impact On 2021's Stock Market

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Should we concern that S&P500 is mainly controlled by a few companies? Apple and Microsoft alone makes up 13%

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PayPal: Outlook Constructive amid the recent pullback

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Amazon Web Services experiencing outage

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Hold or sell AMZN

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Amazon or VTI/VOO?

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SPY vs. individual stocks. All are up. Yet, people can lose money even if all stocks are up huge.

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Would selling BABA for a loss and buying AMZN result in a wash sale?

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mostly AMZN longs, then QQQ and MSFT puts

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Alibaba $baba-how to internalize the fallout

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How to internalize Alibaba $baba

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🔝 Don $BB 🔝 - Blackberry, The Holiday Gift For Your Portfolio

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Are mutual funds a thing of the past?

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TDOC holders, will we overcome???

Mentions

Part 2- Stay with me please..... 1️⃣"The large institutional call spread trades that have been discussed with such excitement the last few days. 📝These total a few billion dollars of premium spend, in 3-6 month maturities, in mega-cap tech names (MSFT, AMZN, NFLX, etc). 📝Based on color from flow desks, these trades were mostly executed versus stock: which means that the client bought the call spreads and sold stock, executing a delta neutral trade. 📝So these transactions themselves did not represent meaningful buying pressure on the stocks."

3️⃣"The next day AMZN moved up 4.1% to 3312. 📝The call price exploded to $81 and delta to 73%. 📝The market maker would have been forced to buy another 47 shares of stock, moving the total value of shares bought to $230,000. 🗣Remember, the day trader's total premium outlay was $1,500!"

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2️⃣"The next day AMZN moved ⬆️ 1.1% to 3182. 📝As the stock moved closer to the option strike, the call price increased to $15.50 and its delta moved up to 26%. 📝The market maker would have increased their hedge by buying another 5 shares, bringing it to 26 shares or $82,000 of stock."

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1️⃣"A trader bought a 1week 3250 call with AMZN at $3148 on 8/14. They paid about $15 per share or $1500 for the contract since each option=100 shares 📝The delta was 21% so it has the equivalence of 21 shares or $66,100 worth of AMZN exposure, for only $1500 of premium 📝The MM who they buy the call from is going to hedge that exposure immediately and according to the 21% delta, the mm will buy 21 shares

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P/Es obviously matter, but what a good P/E is depends massively on interest rates and a company's growth rate. If a company has just become profit P/E is also a bad metric. 99% of the time when I see a company trading at 100 P/E or something stupid there is a good reason. For example, AMZN used to trade at a P/E > 100 for years, but looking back it was probably warranted given it's growth and the launch of high margin businesses like AWS. Also the interesting thing about the time period you highlighted (1900-2005) is that interest rates were much higher then. P/Es have gradually increased over the last couple of decades as markets have priced in persistently lower P/Es. I still think P/Es are a bit too high at the moment, but if the historic average is ~16, then given current interest rates I think you can argue P/Es in the low 20s are probably fine. The PE of the S&P500 is currently 26.5 which is a bit high, but only maybe 10-20% too high and we have earnings coming up which will push it a bit lower. A 10-20% pullback in the long-term is almost completely irrelevant. I'd argue you're focusing on P/E too much and not applying the required context, this is probably as much of a mistake as ignoring P/Es entirely. Many people have stayed out of markets over the last decade arguing P/Es are "too high".

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What tech bubble? What tech stocks are trading at abnormal PE levels or crazy valuations other than TSLA? All the ARKK/Zoom/Zillow stocks have popped and are down 60-80%. Do you think you'll get AMZN at 800 billion again?

Can't believe no one here has said Jeff Green of The Trade Desk (TTD) yet. Guy is an absolute baller. Originally worked for a different silicon valley company and left to start The Trade Desk. He's said things in earnings calls like "We're having our iPhone moment." But the thing is... his words aren't as much hyperbole as they seem. The guy delivers. Time and again. I've been saying for a while that I think TTD will be up in the ranks of AAPL, GOOGL, FB & AMZN one day. I still stand by that statement. Solid ROE. Solid Growth. Solid up-side. Almost zero LT debt (can use this later to lever/multiple returns). What's not to love? The reason: the AI they are building for programmatic buy-side advertising is only getting stronger each day. Because they started so early, their AI continues to learn and get stronger, leaving competitors in the dust. When Google and others started talking about doing away with third-party cookies, Jeff Green said "EFF it, we'll create our own tracking technology." And so Unified ID 2.0 was born. The real kicker... China hasn't even been tapped yet. Can you imagine what Jeff Green is going to do with a $150 billion programmatic advertising market?

My boss never served in the Military but always viewed himself as a Navy Seal Commander due to his leadership skills....He sent an email that all the Top Wholesalers will be called Wholesale Team 6 and will get Navy Seal shirts ordered on AMZN.... Rest of the Wholesalers will have to prove themselves.... I NEED TO LOOK FOR A NEW JOB

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Clearly history has shown that he is definitely missing something from his valuation model since he has been so grossly off the mark on the stock. It’s the same case study as AAPL, AMZN, and many other disruptive megacaps. How else would you explain why he was so off the mark all of these years?

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AMZN is the flattest shit ever

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I sold AAPL and AMZN in 2007 to buy a house. :-D

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AMZN since 2008... AMZN to $4200 by 2023 https://imgur.com/2BP32VY.jpg

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AMZN is pretty much flat since 1.5 years.

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The big question for individual stocks is will you be able to exit if they no longer match your investing goals (aka will you know they stop being safe?), if not might be good to stay with index funds and forget it. I invest in AAPL, GOOG, MSFT, and AMZN. I am in tech so my job forces me to pay attention to what everyone is doing, if you can’t monitor there is a risk something happens…. They are old enough and have been stable for a long time, so risk is low… but you never know. There is an old advice on investing where you know the sector or business

JFC. Even by wsb standards, this is garbage. From example 1, it took 10 years for AMZN to break even from its 1999 high. Pets.com, vanbus, etc bankrupted. From example 2, countrywide bankrupt and got delisted. From example 3, abnormal event. Noting to do with the market, feds, economy. A twelve year old would have better research than this fucking joker.

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Oh wow, thanks for this head up info. Basically if my beloved GameStop goes bankrupt just like that my lifesaving can go poof. This is some top tier dd that’ll get me to sell. You say buy AMZN or GOOG?

Mentions:#AMZN#GOOG

Yea fuck it, hedge it all with MSFT, GOOG, AMZN. I already hold AAPL via $VTI, so not looking to get into more concentrated position. Undecided with NFLX, maybe I can get them for $450 or less in the future, who knows.

Power Hour. Last hour before the bell (not including after hours). Fridays are my favorite days for lottos on AMZN, SHOP, and TSLA. R/R is incredible.

Your numbers are way off. AMZN peaked around $100 in 99 and is at $3240 now. That is quite a bit over break even. There is an honest Q however? Would you have held it during its drop to $7? Most did not. So you need to have an honest Q with yourself if you are going to hold today's high flyers through the next down turn.

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Uh, yes. Better go buy some AAPL and AMZN before you miss your chance!

Mentions:#AAPL#AMZN

PYPL and AMZN and META PayPal has come down a lot recently and based on growth at a 20%+ clip for the next five years it’s selling at an attractive price. And fortunately for PayPal as it gets larger and larger the moat does too, if PayPal is offered as part of checkout the likelihood of checkout occurring is 80-85%, if only credit card is offered it drops to 50-55%. Describing the main moat. Amazon, I mean it’s cloud business is going to continue to grow in double digits and likely 20%+ for another decade based on current cloud space projections. They are also best in breed. FB or META - Business speaks for itself, no oculus growth priced in or future projects that involve the meta

Mentions:#PYPL#AMZN#FB

Not going to identify what company I am with but I can tell you with 100% confidence that AAPL AMD AMZN INTC MSFT NVDA do not operate this way across the majority of each company. I have a deep network of college friends that span these companies. Sure there's woke bullshit subcultures in some parts but it is not normal. WFH burnout among single people is real though. Many of us want to get back in there because it is a large part of our social lives. New people in my part of the tech stack are mostly doing fine work, even college grads that need mentorship. I do feel that the hardware side validation is slipping and there might be a major GUH ship to the public in the next few years. Hardware products designed entirely post-Covid will begin shipping this year. But also, I could be as full of shit as the twitter person. Don't trust anything you read on the internet.

Are you fucken kidding? GOOG grew as revenue by like 40% yoy. Expected to comp those numbers this year too. YouTube and Waymo is the future. deepmind alpha AI is their dark horse… watch that space. Watch it come out of nowhere and be applied into the commercial space. MSFT is in the 2nd inning of 9 with its cloud business. Like it’s huge runway for a company so entrenched in corporate America. 20%+ yoy growth for the next 5 is easily possible. what AMZN loses will go to MSFT/GOOG cloud. I’m more nervous on AMZN’s growth and the subsequent multiple the market gives it’s 3P sales and the gains in its logistics business. That part of the business isn’t going to get as high of a multiple. But FCF is going to grow, they’ve been capitalizing much to expand capacity the past 2 years. I think it’ll pay off in the long run

Not really, a lot of growth tech has taken a 60% hit over the last year already. Im not one add to positions that are well above historical highs, but I’m getting a 25% discount on companies like NVDA, AMZN, MSFT, PYPL, BABA, that I am extremely confident will outperform over a long time period and are cash flow kings (outside PYPL), I’m not going to hesitate because of interest rate fears. I’m also comfortable entering high growth tech stocks that I like that are 60% off highs yeah. You are acting like growth tech is sitting at ATHs when that’s far from the case for most.

That was 20 years ago. If you bought AMZN at peak, you’d only have broken even rather recently. And that’s assuming all of his stocks are the next AMZN. They can’t all be.

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There you have your answer. Remember AMZN doubled their revenue between late 99 and early 2002 and the stock went down 90%, but look at it today. You only have a loss if you sell. Assuming you still think all are strong companies in their space and will do well over the next few decades (if that is your holding period) than keep them.

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Why save when the casino gives you the chance to turn 150k into 1.5m? If I bought the AMZN put at the same strike as I had the call…that’s what woulda happened. Nothing lost nothing gained…aside from experience.

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AMZN Prime, AFTER TAXES,… comes out to $6.93 per month (I just got charged). Absolutely incredible what that gets you for that price

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SPY puts on Fed minutes got me there. Plus a couple of SPY calls on Monday and Tuesday. AMZN calls took it all away after Wednesday morning.

Mentions:#SPY#AMZN

Owning ark stocks right now is more like owning a bunch of dotcoms in 2000. Sure there were some MSFT and AMZN that survived and exploded later on but it took 15 years just to get back to the 2000 prices.

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I never understood the classifications between Value and Growth. Everyone should be a “value” investor (why buy overvalued stocks?). I am a value investor, but my two largest holdings are AMZN and GOOGL. I considered them significantly undervalued at the time of purchase yet some people put them down as “growth”. I also wouldn’t invest in a coal business even if it is trading at 4x earnings, but it is considered “value”.

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Dude, that’s not how successful trading works. You don’t buy AMZN in 98’ with a hope that after 20 years it will be 100x. You buy stock at the right moment, when cash are flowing in that asset. When it don’t, you dismiss.

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Yeah, I really don’t get this sentiment. Would you rather own MSFT or GE in 90, people would call you an idiot for saying MSFT. Would you rather own F or AMZN in 98, people would call you an idiot for saying AMZN. This temporary rotation of Tech is that, temporary. I’d rather take a hit and be invested in the electrification of the grid, have exposure to crypto, cyber security and the so called meta verse. Everyone excoriating Cathie and “stocks that don’t make money”, let’s see where you are in 5-10 years

Mentions:#MSFT#GE#AMZN

What would make someone buy that much share of WISH? it’s not they have much room to go up as how competitive the e commerce space is and we got AMZN the monopoly crushing everyone.

Mentions:#WISH#AMZN

AMZN as of last week. Still see AAPL as my #1 because I've had it since I started investing. AMZN only creeped into first because of the price per share lol

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Never short market on technicals. You short when MSFT, AAPL, GOOGL, AMZN, (aka MAGA) miss. Dead ass simple.

Same. Over a five year period, SPYV has done about 3x of SPYG. It’s funny because growth is used too much of a blanketed term. It’s not really growth being crushed as companies with crazy evaluations. SPYV main holdings are like AAPL, MSFT, AMZN, TSLA, GOOGL, HD, META and ADBE. I’m never not buying some SPYG

QQQ is still highest, I’m a an old school index fund guy and this is my conservative portfolio anchor. About 35-40%. I chose this over SPY about 10 yrs ago. AAPL and AMZN big holders on individual. They’ve done well and I still believe they are solid companies overall. FB/GOOG/NFLX: small holdings that I’ve trimmed back over the last 2-3 yrs. GOOG has surprised me recently but was traditionally a lagger to other fangs in my view MSFT: I always disliked them as a company and left this alone. But my investing side knows they are entrenched in business and making good money. About 10 other small holdings in a variety of other companies. Some to “test the water” as future larger holdings and some I thought I’d take a chance in. These have been hit or miss overall. I know I’m tech heavy but I work in the field and have always followed I should invest in what I know best. I used to dabble in odd stuff like consumer staples and pharma, but couldn’t tell you the difference about the companies and left.

**AMZN** by far, diversified mega cap in growing sectors that is still investing like a startup.

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$AMZN. Low six figures in raw stock and around ten grand as a part of ETFs.

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How much did you gain/loose on your TSLA, NVDA and AMZN?

BRK.B, followed by AMZN and AAPL. The latter two rather by appreciation, the first by choice (although also up 100%). Generally, am more an ETF type of guy. But these three are OK for me psychologically.

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What is this, ya think? Are we seeing like a 'Dotcom Bubble' play out right now? If that's the case: most of these startupy, SPACcy, growthy companies will go under in the next year or two. But there will be some monsters that survive the gauntlet. I mean I guess Yahoo and AOL technically made it out of that meat grinder, but the ones that people take for granted are GOOG and AMZN etc. Who's that gonna be this time? TSLA's already a beast, so they don't count...

The major problem with overlap is that if a company shows up in 4 of 7 ETFs (for example) you now own way more of it that you initially thought. It might be something like an IT ETF and a NSADAQ ETF that's a LOT of tech you own. On top of that someone will own a few individual stocks in big name companies like GOOG, MSFT, AMZN, and TSLA and all of those companies will be huge portions of the IT and NASDAQ ETF. It's just the illusion of diversity.

right on, I feel ya. yeah crypto is new, volatile, but crypto is the future. once AAPP, MSFT, AMZN, GOOG add BTC to it's balance sheet, once banks make ETFs for it (likely this year), and once more nations adopt it as a currency like El Salvador, along with the supply shock it's going to skyrocket over the next decade.

Depends on if you want to overweight towards the biggest companies. Spy has everything everything that’s in QQQ, so a combination is equivalent to SPY with more emphasis on MSFT, AAPL, AMZN, GOOG, FB, TSLA, and a few others. I do this.

TIL also that AMZN, GOOG, and TSLA are also overpriced growth since they don't offer any dividends either.

TIL also that AMZN, GOOG, and TSLA are not growth stocks either despite being massively profitable AND not offering any dividends.

AMZN is a super tasty buy at this price. Gotta buy after long consolidation, not after it pops. I mean look at where it is compared to historical performance since 2008 https://imgur.com/FZ1OtTc.jpg

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AMZN about to bounce hard off the bottom of a channel it's been in since 2008. Even if it just rides the bottom trend line, we'll see big growth soon https://imgur.com/6hv2t3M.jpg

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MSFT, APPL, AMZN take your pick or buy all 3

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AMZN has shit the bed the last few earnings. I’m sure they did well over the holidays, but it’s hard to believe that their guidance will be good given decreased customer demand, rising fuel costs and increases in employee wages. That being said, if funds want it to go up, I’m sure they will pick out some other metric that did well.

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If you picked the right ones maybe. From just eyeballing it, MSFT, you'd be flat or negative. JPM you were negative, maybe flat if you DCA-ed the whole time AAPL you were positive on AMZN you were positive on, but you were flat to negative for 7 years first

I’d agree on GOOG, AMZN, and AAPL. With FB it seems a little more cut and paste considering these apps are already separate products with more or less separate teams working on them

Hey I read the question wrong. FOr investors. Like equity investors? Not capital investors. Obviusly depends on who's investing. People who will need that cash sometime inthe next 5 years, or need dividend income? They should be happy with 3-4%. But the market as a whole with ETFs returns 5%+ on avaerage, what's not to like about a broad-based ETF? When there are companies like MSFT, AMZN, TSMC, XOM out there, 5% should be easily achievable. Why would anyone accept less?

Well that's why I have a portfolio and not 1 stock... I have AMZN, I have MSFT, I have GOOG, I have AMD, I have index funds as well, I have banks, utilities, insurance companies, emerging markets, for better or for worse, I have 104 total holdings. Some holdings are very small. Shift is 11.5%. but still at the end of the day it's a portfolio where I have my blue chips, some indexes, some dividend payers, and my growth positions. This is a growth position. I'm just so bullish on it that I have a large position. I can be wrong and that's OK. That's why it's not a YOLO. I can lose it all and my portfolio takes a year set back, worst case.

AMZN at 3200 gonna look like such a bargain in a couple months

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You're talking about current valuation which is much more speculative especially since we have no idea what RC is up to. The WMT / AMZN argument has some merit but it has limits. They don't compete directly, GME is a merch / destination store. A "hangout" if you will and for promoting events, releases, etc. In general though I'm just talking about the all dumbasses on here saying it's worth $0 or $5. Like I said they have 3 copies of chromosome 21.

You mean your AMZN leaps or short calls?

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I WISH, AMZN was not going in WISH direction. How can they be negative in Q1 year performance? 😱

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#Ban Bet Lost /u/foshizzlemyjonas (0/1) made a bet that AMZN would go to 3500.0 when it was 3341.375 and it did not, so they were banned for a week.

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170 to 70 in 2 months. After AMZN news out too. it's crazy

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AMZN AAPL MSFT all green on the day now Time for the earnings ramp up rally to commence

AMZN down all market down wtf

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Need AMZN at 3400 by Jan 31 earnings or I'm dead for the year

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The premiums on AMZN leaps are just nuts. Anyone actually buying at these levels considering the ridiculous flat/consolidation period AMZN has been in for like 18 months?

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AMZN looks so juicy right here

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!banbet AMZN 4200 1y

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MSFT is more focused on software whereas AAPL is largely focused on selling new consumer products and AMZN is largely logistics focused so you really can’t compare AAPL with those two and in terms of growth, Apple will always be creating products that consumers are going to buy and so they’ll be able to grow because of that. Obviously not as fast of pace with rising interest rates, but it still has better growth potential than MSFT or AMZN

The government anti-trust subcommittee wrote an interesting analysis of big tech, and the section on FB noted that they actively integrated their acquisitions so tightly into their code base that it's questionable if the company could be broken up on a technical level. Regardless, it's a very good detailed read of FB, GOOG, AMZN on AAPL. https://judiciary.house.gov/uploadedfiles/competition\_in\_digital\_markets.pdf

I need next week to be the biggest bull week for AMZN or I’m going to be colossally fucked

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I really spent $3k on (8) 1/14 AMZN 3250p and they're now worth 35k God is good

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$TSLA back to $1250 before earnings $AMZN back to $3,600 before earnings Come on guys let’s push it

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AMZN the literal embodiment of "fuk u, im out".

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Early in the sense that AMZN at the time was trading for under $500. Obviously it has almost 10x since that time b

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Ark an early investor in AMZN? Ark launched their funds in 2014 when Amazon was already a giant. Yeah they’ve still reaped the rewards of amazons monopolistic growth but they weren’t an early investor since amzn when public in 1997!

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Market still overvalued as shit. Who actually wants to be buying AMZN at $3200 a share? Shit is worth maybe $2k tops

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I'm going to stop paying for Kyler Quinn, Cameron Canela, Joey Lee, and Jill Kassidy's OnlyFans and stop buying them shit on their AMZN wishlist so I have more cash to buy more Options....

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TSLA locked at 1040 and AMZN locked at 3220, most likely

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was QQQ candle but yeah AMZN too theta day it seems. (if u ignore boomer DOW)

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Funny to see which of my commonly traded stocks are resisting the drop and what's tanking. SPY, AMZN, GOOG dropping, SHOP, TSLA, UPST, NVDA resisting. Really surprised SHOP isn't tanking, it loves to drop big.

AMZN sucks so bad

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Made an easy rack on puts for SPCE, SE, SNAP, AMZN, and RIVN, just got some fresh ones for the pile of shit that is NIO. Would love to daytrade these later for max profit.

AMZN lagging tech trend

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I hope WMT, TGT, or AMZN buy out SDC and take away my bag.

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