Amazon Stock Forecast (NASDAQ: AMZN): Why You Should Now Go Long On Amazon

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AMZN Stock Forecast


  • In spite of Trump’s attack against Amazon, I am endorsing the company as a good long-term investment.
  • Amazon Web Services is the undisputed leader in cloud computing infrastructure services. It has a good chance to win the $10 billion contract from the U.S. Defense Department.
  • The 100 million-strong Amazon Prime subscribers’ army also makes Amazon’s leadership in e-commerce invidious and indomitable.
  • Amazon doesn’t need Flipkart. It already has a strong presence in India. The new international shopping feature of the Amazon mobile app is also a global tailwind for Amazon.
  • AMZN has bullish 90-day and one-year algorithmic market trend forecast from I Know First.

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Amazon Stock Forecast: Amazon To Power To Greater Heights

omriOmri Elani is a Junior Business Developer & Research Analyst for I Know First. Also a frequent contributor for the investment research website  Seeking Alpha.
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  • The success of Amazon's, Amazon Web Services.
  • Amazon to take control of its own logistics.
  • I Know First algorithm is currently bullish on

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Amazon Stock Analysis: Terrific Earnings From Amazon

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  • Terrific Q3 Earnings From Amazon Receive Terrific Thumbs-Up From InvestorsAMZN
  • Amazon’s posted terrific numbers in its latest earnings report.
  • The $25.4 billion net sales for Q3 2015 is 23% Year-over-Year higher.
  • Q3 2015 EPS was also $0.17, a great improvement of Q3 2014’s loss of -$0.95.
  • AMZN’s price got terrific response from investors. After hours trading pushed AMZN beyond $600.

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Amazon Stock Forecast: An Algorithmic Analysis

Amazon (AMZN) beat market analysts’ expectations for both revenue and earnings per share during its most recent earnings report on Thursday. The company’s stock price soared to record highs as a result, settling 14% higher. I Know First wrote a bullish article on Amazon on February 9th, which can be read here, predicting the stock price would climb. Since that time, it has increased 18.92% as the article argued it would. amazon stock prediction

Amazon Stock Forecast: Fundamentals, DCF Valuation And Algorithmic Analysis


  •, Inc., America’s largest Internet-based amazon stock forecastretailer, has become a household name for its shipping services; geographically and commercially diverse, Amazon is also known for Kindle, and its fourteen-country span.
  • While Amazon experienced some relatively poor circumstances earlier this year, Q4 2014 saw success, with profits beating analyst estimates; losses and guidance have also been less problematic than expected.
  • These numbers, when coupled with Amazon’s healthy fundamentals (e.g., its Amazon Prime growth, AWS expansions, and ventures into content creation), seem to have resulted in positive analyst and investor sentiment.
  • Amazon’s futuristic growth business principle yields long-term value when considering its customer-oriented model, along with a growing online shopping industry.
  • A DCF valuation with I Know First’s algorithm predicting bullish short-term outcomes, gives investors reason to consider the Internet giant.

Company Profile, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) is an American company that, in recent years, has become a household name: founded just nineteen years ago, the company is nevertheless the United States' largest Internet-based retailer, selling everything from books, CDs, and MP3 downloads to food, toys, and furniture. Bringing in a sizeable $88.98B in revenue in 2014, Amazon isn't just a grand operation - it's also a geographically and commercially diverse one, with the company's websites spanning across fourteen countries (including the UK, France, Canada, Germany, Italy, Australia, China, and India), and its own products ranging from its famous online shopping, hosting, and content distribution interface to consumer electronics (e.g., the relatively well-known Kindle).

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