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Innovation has never been an issue for Amazon.com (AMZN) but with a 12-month forward price to earnings ratio of 140.31, the stock is not a value investment. Unfortunately, it's also no longer a momentum stock. Its momentum bubble has popped.
On March 28 in, Pop! Goes the Momentum Bubble I warned the momentum bubble was starting to pop. Amazon was one of eight stocks profiled.
The daily chart for Amazon shows the stock set its all-time intraday high at $408.06 on Jan. 22, which was a failed test of our first-quarter risky level at $402.56. This gave investors the opportunity to book profits.
Notice that over the last two years buying the stock at its 200-day simple moving average (in green) provided buying opportunities two times; in November 2012 and May 2013. The stock is now below its 200-day SMA at $341.19 breaking below this 'reversion to the mean' on April 3. The stock is below its 21-day and 50-day SMAs at $344.90 and $353.11 with the 12x3x3 daily slow stochastic trying to rise out of oversold territory.
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The weekly chart for Amazon is negative with the stock way below its five-week modified moving average at $345.89. Note that the stock crossed its 200-week SMA at three points over the last 12 years; May 2003, between January 2006 and April 2007, and between October 2008 and February 2009 when the bubble began to inflate. The 200-week is currently at $235.22, which is a big drop to this longer-term "reversion to the mean."