Sean O'Shaughnessey on July 14th, 2017
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  Amazon.com Inc.  was the subject of two investor calls Thursday that raised concerns that it is getting too big.In one case, hedge-fund manager Douglas Kass said government intervention could be imminent. “I am shorting Amazon today because I have learned that there are currently early discussions and due diligence being considered in the legislative […]

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Sean O'Shaughnessey on June 1st, 2017
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  With all other things going on, Amazon.com, Inc. has been on a run — rising 17.34 percent in just three months. It looks like traders are happy with the stock. On the other side, analysts now consider Amazon a buy, and a technical analysis of the stock is setting somewhat neutral outlook for now. […]

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Continue reading about How five tech giants make their billions ($AAPL $GOOGL $MSFT $AMZN $FB)

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My personal preference is that companies keep their stock price below $200 per share. My logic is simple: it makes it easier to evenly distribute your investment portfolio. My balanced portfolio logic is quite simple. If you want to balance your portfolio quarterly between 10 great stocks, it is easier with lower-priced stocks. With a […]

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Continue reading about Are Amazon ($AMZN), Google ($GOOGL), and Priceline ($PCLN) catering to non-individual investors?

Sean O'Shaughnessey on May 10th, 2017
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Commenting on Amazon.com, Inc.’s  first quarter results, MKM Partners said the pace of investment spending by the online retail behemoth isn’t moderating and investors are supportive. Analyst Rob Sanderson dwelled on the company’s heavy investment in Prime Video, devices and technology, fulfillment capacity, international markets, AWS and other innovations in areas such as robotics and AI. […]

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