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Younger investors might forget that before Amazon, Walmart was the undisputed king of retail and devoured anyone that got in its way. Walmart has the scale to offer a larger variety than anyone and to negotiate with suppliers to ensure the best prices.
Walmart embarked on a new digital strategy in January 2015, making big-time investments into e-commerce, including $900 million in 2015 alone. The company then purchased Jet.com in 2016 for $3.3 billion to further bolster its online offerings.
Walmart now offers over 50 million items online, up from just 10 million items just a year ago, and it has online sales up 63% in just the past quarter alone. Walmart also has something Amazon doesn't have: local stores with perishable grocery items.
So can Walmart really beat Amazon? Cramer said probably not, but then again, the company doesn't need to beat Amazon. Simply making it a two-horse race would be a victory in and of itself.
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