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We're preparing to sell our entire position in Pitney Bowes, but will purchase more shares first to bring down our cost basis.
Despite being tight-lipped on some data, the e-commerce giant still shared some interesting stats about Alexa and Prime usage, and more
Whether this is the end of the slump is still up for debate, but the crash since October has been brutal and all bear markets end the same way.
Nvidia, FAANG and tech predictions are some of the top stories from TheStreet.
The Dow was on track to give back significant gains from Wednesday's record-setting session, but instead ended the day in the green along with the S&P and Nasdaq.
Blue Apron Holdings Inc. APRN surged almost 20% in late Thursday trading. It kept most of those gains throughout the day.
FAANG stocks are in trouble once again Thursday.
I'm not surprised by the market's pullback after Wednesday's huge gains.
eCommerce isn't immune to pressure's from Powell and President Trump.
Net neutrality is back in the news, and it's about to change your life.
Evidence has been mounting even among the tech giants that stock valuations should be lower based on companies' diminishing growth prospects.
Global stocks drifted lower Thursday, following two of the most extraordinary trading sessions in Wall Street history on either side of the Christmas holiday, as investors weighed some soothing statements on trade and personnel from the White House against concern that the world economy faces significant challenges in 2019.
We like Amazon down here, and a sideways move could bring renewed energy to this name.
Market cap focused investors might need to set their sights on some smaller names. Real Money's Kevin Curran interviews George Young, portfolio manager of the $295.3 million Villere Balanced Fund.
Jim Cramer says it's extremely important to buy stocks that are exactly right for you and your level of risk tolerance.
The Dow surged Wednesday in a post-Christmas comeback that saw it gain more than 1,000 points, the largest point gain in a single day of trading. December has been a rough month for stocks, with markets having previously wiped out all their gains for the year.
Investors will benefit from Amazon's two drivers of revenue.
The roller coaster on Wall Street did nothing to dampen the holiday spirits of shoppers, who sent retail sales surging by more than 5% in the weeks leading up to Christmas. Online sales led the way, soaring by more than 19%.
Fundamentals of Amazon don't matter right now.
The online giant has enjoyed a good holiday selling season and stands to be a dominant force for years to come in the cloud and possibly in delivery services, too.
So how was business for the largest e-commerce company in the U.S., Amazon?
Amazon's competitive threats seem surmountable and its market share appears to have a widening moat.
U.S. stock futures rise modestly on Wednesday, after Wall Street slumped Monday following Donald Trump's continued attacks on the Federal Reserve.
(NASDAQ:AMZN) - Amazon today announced a record-breaking holiday season thanks to its customers all around the world, with more items ordered worldwide than ever before.
For the second year in a row, Google Assistant led the way in a test of voice assistants running on smart speakers.
A distinctive women's apparel maker brand such as Lululemon could interest Amazon, as could gas stations and travel businesses, suggests D.A. Davidson analyst Tom Forte.
Your Christmas shopping is finally done! It's time to think about your after-Christmas shopping.
For retailers, the season is still looking relatively bright. Total online sales are projected to top $126 billion, and surveys indicate that last-minute shoppers head to physical stores -- or Amazon.
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