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Sepetember Retail sales number this morning was almost entirely driven by online sales. Online sales rose 0.6% for the month,
I'm questoning myself - how many investors here understand that 50 percent of profit in last quarter was from AWS. World leading cloud solution - being leader in industry which just can't be stopped.
Im working as cloud expert and trust me - AWS will be 75 percent of profit of Amazon in 3 years. Check for yourselves what is average PE of any leading Cloud/SaaS company - Salesforce, Snowflake etc. You cant find any under 100 PE. Amazon has forward PE under 50 - lowest in decades. This stock did not move for 18 months. Prepare for huge growth.
Forget to see Amazon as ecommerce. You don't care about prime day or black friday.. What you need to care about news in their storage and computation services, new data centers, cloud solutions for goverments etc. That is what matter for 2026 in Amazon.
And as a cloud expert I will tell you "secret". Once you migrate/deploy your infra into Cloud (eg AWS) you are doing that for years. Because migration into another cloud cost you huge pile of money. That is reason AWS just cant stop to grow. It's rise 25-20 percent lee year at least next 8-10 years.
No company on earth has a better supply chain than AMZN. It is affecting every company but Amazon should show us how it is done this year. They spent over $60B on infrastructure this year alone. Jassy said they basically doubled their fulfillment operations in the last 18 months. AWS will be the shiny star of the 3rd and 4th quarter.
Futures are all up and green. AMZN is accelerating in moving up; outpacing the broader markets. Another $40-$60 day tomorrow? Tighten seat belts!
3% would be a nice move today. Have not seen a 3% move in a long time.
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Q3 earnings report Oct 28- look for AMZN to jump 400 points!
Short covering will push this past $3500 next week, easily. By earnings call at $3600. Post earnings to $3800-$4000. Split must be announced at $3500. If they announce split, $4500 or $450/share post 10:1 split.
Split news on october28th!!
Amazon will be launching food delivery in a few months. They will own this sector with their built-in distribution network. Short home delivery services that won't be able to complete and grocery stores, buy AMZN.
Smells like a breakout, we’ve been due for over a year. I think Jaffey will have a track record like Satya when he took over at Microsoft. Patience is a virtue
AMZN needs to split so more retail investors can afford the stock.
AWS and Ads are the diamond in the rough in AMZN. Those two divisions trade at a discount because of the Retail part of AMZN.
My 3 largest holdings. AMZN, TSLA, ARK funds. 2 of the 3 are breaking out to the upside. Ark needs to kick it and move up. Retiring in January.
The market is crazy. Never know when a stock will make a positive move. So, you just have to be in multiple stocks and 'hope' you make the right choices. Selling a great stock and then it makes huge move can be very demoralizing. AMZN is a core holding and all I do is add shares when possible.
Do we let it ride over the weekend?
Sentiment shifted on a dime with those retail numbers. Next week could be a huge run into earnings?
Why did jump?
Unbelievable this thing hasn't moved in a year. Makes no sense.
Amazon is gonna have a strong holiday season, and probably make up for it’s neutral movement in 2022
Amazon should split 10:1, this way a lot of retail investors would buy shares at an accessible price
Nice volume. Price action means nothing without the conviction shown in volume.
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