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Amazon is Really Rolling in the Dough

Amazon (AMZN) is suddenly rolling in the profits, and with the stock just having broke out, there’s a chance it could go to $2000 and beyond.

Amazon Breaks Out After Strong Holiday Sales

Amazon (AMZN) broke out after a strong holiday season that saw sales jump 34% last qtr with help from Whole Foods and 42% sales growth in Amazon Web Services.

Amazon’s Profitability is Soaring

Amazon’s (AMZN) stock has been soaring, and so are its profits. I will add AMZN to the Growth Portfolio and Aggressive Growth Portfolio.

Amazing Web Services

Amazon’s (AMZN) web services division is growing fast and is tremendously profitable, and is pushing AMZN stock higher.

Who Knows What its Worth?

I don’t think any of us really know what Amazon.com (AMZN) is worth. Right now the chart shows a good buy point — but the P/E is 200.

An Earnings Juggernaut?

Amazon.com (AMZN) lost money last year, and likely won’t make much this year. So how could I say its an earnings juggernaut? Here’s how:

AMZN Continues to Build

Amazon.com (AMZN) continues to build new order fulfillment centers across the globe. That’s hurting profits now, but will help profits in the (far) future.

A Tough Read

Amazon.com (AMZN) popped after beating the street and posting profit growth of -36%. Yes, negative thirty six percent. This stock is a tough read.

Lowered Estimates — Again

Amazon.com (AMZN) lowered earnings estimates once again. Whew, the numbers are almost all red. This stock is a speculative investment for now.

Amazon’s Kindle Fire is Killing Profits

Amazonn.com’s (AMZN) Kindle Fire is selling like hotcakes but the sales aren’t turning into profits right now. Long-term thinking is hurting AMZN profits.

Amazon has a P/E of 108

Amazon (AMZN) just lowered earnings estimates — again. Yet the stock keeps trending higher — again. Investors are really looking towards the future with this stock. Here’s a look at AMZN, a stock on my radar.

Making New Rules

Amazon (AMZN) isn’t breaking old security analysis rules by pushing higher with its 80-something P/E. The company — and the stock — are making new rules.

Amazon Set to Correct

Amazon.com (AMZN) just grew profits 7% and AMZN stock has a P/E of 55. Amazon is set to correct.

Selling AMZN Was the Right Call

On August 25th I sold Amazon.com (AMZN) for $125 a share. In the one-year chart that’s within that little base the stock made before it took off to $170. Although it seems I was wrong to sell, last quarter’s results confirm my thoughts — AMZN is overvalued. Read More

I’m Trying to be Nice

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:

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