Why Analysts Are Taking Mixed Views on Amazon After Earnings - 24/7 Wall St.

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) reported third-quarter financial results after markets closed on Thursday. Unfortunately, this quarter disappointed on the bottom line, but this is nothing longtime Amazon investors haven't dealt with before. However some ...

Groupon Stock Undeservedly Weak; The Secret to Driving Stocks Higher: Jim Cramer's Best Blogs - TheStreet.com

Jim Cramer ponders Groupon's undeservedly weak stock and also wonders about the secret to driving stocks higher. Jim Cramer. Follow. Oct 28, 2016 9:00 PM EDT. Get TheStreet Quant Ratings' exclusive 5-page report for (AMZN) - FREE. Jim Cramer fills ...

Cramer: Amazon's Bezos won't cut off his nose to spite his face, or please Wall Street - CNBC

Jim Cramer has faith in Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, even after the company rocked Wall Street with its aggressive spending plans. "On Wall Street you don't spring unexpected plans about the need for major spending without expecting a backlash of skepticism ...

People Keep Trying to Have Sex with or Marry Amazon's Alexa - Inverse

Alexa users are falling head over heels in love — and sometimes just in lust. Mankind's desires to have sex with robots aren't new, but according to Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos, some people are taking it one step further and proposing to his ...

Amazon's AWS Results Give Rivals Cause to Worry - Market Realist

Amazon (AMZN) has put to rest doubts about its ability to continue growing its already large cloud computing business. The company said AWS (Amazon Web Services) revenue rose 55% year-over-year (or YoY) to $3.23 billion in 3Q16. The results easily ...

Amazon Q3 Earnings Spark Mixed Reviews Among Analysts - Investor's Business Daily

Analysts took a mixed but generally positive view of Amazon and its third quarter earnings report that missed on the bottom line. (iStockphoto). BRIAN DEAGON; 10/28/2016. Facebook · LinkedIn · Print · Twitter · Share. Reprints. Analysts took a mixed ...

Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) Stock Is Still the King of E-Commerce - Investorplace.com

Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) has reaped enormous rewards as a prime disruptor of the retail sector. Amazon stock has soared 1,900% over the last decade and given shareholders another 33% in the past 12 months. amznmsn. Source: Atomic Taco ...

Is Amazon's Stock A Buy Now After Earnings Miss? - Forbes

Amazon's shares slumped 5% in after-hours trading yesterday as the US online giant announced its third quarter (Q3) results. Despite posting a 29% sales revenue increase to $32.7 billion (bn), earnings per share (EPS) were weaker than expected at 52 ...

Worry About Amazon's Latest Earnings? Here's Why You Shouldn't - TheStreet.com

Shares of the e-commerce superstar are tanking following a third-quarter earnings announcement that included lowered expectations for the holiday season. Here's why this is a great opportunity to grab shares. Kat McKerrow. Follow. Oct 28, 2016 3:25 PM ...

Cramer: Praise Be Unto Amazon - TheStreet.com

Call it faith-based investing, as in I have faith in Jeff Bezos, so I am going to buy shares in his company, Amazon AMZN. Last night, Amazon rocked the investment community by revealing it has aggressive plans to spend in order to win over parts of the ...

Here's Why Amazon's Shares are Plunging - Fortune

Amazon cut its winning streak short Thursday after unveiling a dissapointing third quarter earnings report. The tech giant dropped $18 billion off its market cap in early trading Friday after reporting net income of $252 million, or $0.52 per share ...

Spending vs. profits: Amazon, short-term investors at odds again - Reuters

Amazon boxes are seen stacked for delivery in the Manhattan borough of New York City, January 29, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo. 1/2. left. right. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos addresses the Economic Club of New York in New York City, U.S., October ...

Amazon (AMZN) Q3 Earnings Hurt by Investments, AWS Solid - Nasdaq

Amazon.com 's AMZN third-quarter 2016 earnings per share (EPS) of 52 cents were way behind the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 85 cents. The earnings miss was primarily due to a spike in operating expenses, which increased mainly as a result of buildout ...

Amazon's stock chart warns this year's amazing ride may be over - MarketWatch

Shares of Amazon.com Inc. tumbled Friday, cutting below two key technical support levels that suggests this year's steep uptrend may have just ended. The e-commerce giant reported late Thursday third-quarter earnings that missed expectations by a wide ...

Amazon's Price Target Reduced To A Measly $1000 At Credit Suisse - Benzinga

Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) shares are down more than 4.1 percent in Friday's session following a disappointing Q3 earnings report. Despite a modest revenue beat, Amazon's EPS of $0.52 came up well short of analyst estimates of $0.78. The low ...

Amazon Earnings Collapse. Grand Tour Costing More Than Expected?! - Wccftech

Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN 876.04 0.20%) is an interesting company. To me, Bezos is one of the canniest business people to arise from the .com era and to top it all off, he's not just a business guy, in many ways he's a product CEO, just that his product is ...

Why Amazon's Tumble Is Hurting Jeff Bezos' Wallet, But Not The Tech Sector - Forbes

Amazon.com's AMZN -0.22% considerable spending in the third quarter was weighing on its stock Friday, hitting investors wallets and lightening founder Jeff Bezos' fortune by a few billion dollars. But Amazon's 4%% decline wasn't painful at all for many ...

Old Doubts Return For Amazon.com - Barron's

Here's the first thing to know about Amazon.com: the stock has soared 180% in the last two years. But here's the second thing: behind the excitement, investors have never stopped worrying about Amazon's tendency to spend money without regard for profit.

Amazon's investment strategy doesn't scare away analysts - MarketWatch

Amazon.com Inc. reported an earnings-per-share miss for the third quarter, sending its shares down 4% in Friday trading. But most analysts are sticking with the e-commerce giant and its investment plans. “The investment is heavier than normal and is ...

Here's Why Analysts Are Cheering for These Internet Giants: Facebook Inc (FB), Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN), and ... - Smarter Analyst

In an earnings preview of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) and quarterly reviews of Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL), analysts from Wedbush and Cantor are chiming in with confident forecasts of these popular internet ...