We all know about Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), which now sports a massive $472 billion market cap. AMZN stock is “only” up 26% over the past 12 months. The rally seems somewhat reasonable, considering the S&P 500 ETF …
At its peak in late July 2017, one share of Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) stock would set you back $1,083.31. It’s a bit lower today, but at more than $900 per share, there’s no denying that most retail investors look at that price and say, “That …
Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) stock touched another fresh high today briefly before dipping back into the red following another price target increase. Oppenheimer analysts are the latest to push a price target of more than $1,000 for Amazon.com, …
Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) is approaching its third-quarter earnings report. And investors appear to be getting increasingly worried about e-commerce giant. AMZN stock has fallen nearly 4% in just five days as investors prepare to …
But then the bulls went into hibernation. By late afternoon trading on Thursday, AMZN stock had wiped out all of its gains. By the close, AMZN stock was down almost 1%. The report hit the tape after-hours, and investors weren’t too …
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) is getting ahead of itself. The past six weeks have certainly brought plenty of excitement and gains for AMZN stock investors. Source: Shutterstock Last month, Amazon shocked the retail world …
But investors haven’t reacted with a cheer. AMZN stock continues to trade softly, and it remains well south of the $1,000-per-share mark. Source: Shutterstock There are several issues with the deal. For one, don’t believe the chatter. Meal …
Everyone’s favorite e-commerce retailer Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) is doing something that AMZN stock investors are unaccustomed to seeing. Since the beginning of June, shares have dropped nearly 3%. After only …
All three companies reported stellar earnings, blowing past estimates and laying out exciting plans for the future. All three are cloud infrastructure providers, although that’s not their bread and butter (yet). All operate on a huge scale across the ...