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Amazon's Buyback Was A Bad Choice
Amazon.com (AMZN) is a respectable online retailer. It's a growing company and does not hand out a dividend, but they decided they wanted to try to give a little value back to shareholders.
Amazon's Competitive Advantage, Growth Opportunities Make It A Buy
According to statistics, cited in a Businessweek article, 25% of WMT's customers had shopped online at Amazon.com five years ago, compared to 50% at present.
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Amazon Is Killing Retail
Put on your suits and hard bottoms. Traditional retail, as we know it, is dead at the hands of Amazon (AMZN). The Amazon business model is a harbinger for wealth destruction.
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Will Amazon Take Over the World?
It has also greatly expanded its third-party marketplace, where merchants all over the world can set up their own virtual stores on Amazon.com and sell their products alongside Amazon's - all the while leveraging Amazon's large customer base and ...
Amazon's Pivot  Fast Company
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Amazon's Share Valuation: The Next Brick To Fall?
I have seen discussions about Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and its share price so many times, I think it's about time to perform a valuation on its share price and a view of important financial metrics.
The Amazon Bubble: Why I'm Not A Believer
Look, I love Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN). You name it, and I've probably bought it from Amazon. Just off the top of my head, in the past twelve months, I've bought headphones, a computer, camping equipment, guitar strings, apparel, music, movies, books... the ...
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Amazon's New Projects Outweigh Cloud Woes
In a very short time, phrases like 'on the cloud,' and 'cloud computing' have become part of everyday corporate vernacular.
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Trading Amazon Before Earnings
In option trading the long straddle, similar to a long strangle, is a strategy based on buying a stock option with the same strike price and expiration of both a call and put.
Revisiting The Reverse Iron Condor On Amazon's Upcoming Earnings
The reverse iron condor may sound complex, but for option traders who are used to trading spreads the reverse iron condor is the purchase of a vertical call spread and a vertical put spread.
1 Troubling Graph Predicting Amazon Crash, Google Surge
It seems like the new trendy topic on Seeking Alpha is Facebook (NASDAQ:FB). Around 4 articles are released on the social networking giant each day and the vast majority of it is negative.
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