Amazon – The Difference Between Great Company And Great Stock

Amazon – The Difference Between Great Company And Great Stock

Investors and Traders should remember there is a huge difference between a great product or company and a stock. I think oftentimes investors get these two ideas confused in properly evaluating the value of a company`s stock price.

Just remember everything has a price, and at some point valuation concerns come into play regardless of how great a company outperforms in their business segment. And remember all momentum stocks eventually crash and burn if we look back through the history of the stock market.

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Pay attention to the key technical levels to the downside as they will become important in the future, trust me on this one. Momentum works both directions, and after a run that Amazon has gone on since the financial crisis, it is going to get real nasty for any bag holders in this stock on the way down.

Amazon – charts


so you have to differentiate between a great company and a stock and that’s
what we’re going to look at how the best way to play Amazon couple issues that
just after they went after Microsoft when they were really strong when they
look like a world beater and couldn’t be touched
that’s when a lot of our competitors went after them
and that’s basically when Bill Gates retreated and went to his philanthropic
mode and basically
microsoft has never been the same since we wonder if this is there is one of
these kind of moments for amazon probably the most traction area from
regarding an antitrust and . would probably the publishing business but
their cloud based business and then maybe even the retail business may be up
for question especially the havoc they’ve created it really depends you
saw how the EMP companies lobbied heavily against the service mergers in