Amazon (AMZN) stock hasn’t moved much in the past year, but my analysis points to a potential triple by 2025.
Many investors have put time into finding the next Amazon (AMZN). But the OG is the one to watch as it might triple in 4 years.
Amazon’s (AMZN) profits are surging, and if that continues the company might make $100 a share in profits in the near future.
The Coronavirus has crushed Amazon’s (AMZN) retail competition. Now the company is stronger than ever.
Amazon (AMZN) has moved its Prime delivery time from 2-day to 1-day, but the cost of doing this is a lot of profits.
Amazon (AMZN) has increased its profit margins, which has helped fuel triple-digit profit growth. But sales growth has slowed.
Amazon (AMZN) looks to be setting up for another run higher, lead by Amazon Web Services which delivered more than 50% of total company profits last qtr.
Amazon.com (AMZN) is now getting into groceries and home repairs — while profit estimates come down. Will this affect AMZN stock? Let’s take a look.
Amazon (AMZN) missed profit estimates last qtr, and analysts lowered estimates going forward. But does this hurt AMZN long term?
Amazon (AMZN) is growing profits at a triple-digit pace. With AMZN near an All-Time high, does it have what it takes to break out?
Investors have shunned growth stocks recently, but estimates show a windfall of profits could be coming Amazon’s (AMZN) way, and if that happens it would make headlines.
Amazon.com (AMZN) just had profit estimates lowered, now 20% profit growth may not happen again until four quarters from now due to expansion costs. A 48 P/E is high, to be nice. Although I love AMZN’s long-term perspective, I will sell the stock from the Growth Portfolio today. Here’s why:
Amazon (AMZN) expected to report qtrly profits (EPS):
Estimates: $8.95 vs. $12.37 = -28%
Amazon (AMZN) reports qtrly profits (EPS):
Reported: $15.12 vs. $10.30 = +47%
Estimates: $12.21 vs. $10.30 = +19%
Beat the street by $2.91
Revenue increased 27%
Amazon.com (AMZ) reports qtrly profits (EPS):
Reported; $14.09 vs. $6.47 = +118%
Estimates; $7.09 vs. $6.47 = +3%
Beat the street by $7.00
Revenue grew 44%