Amazon (AMZN) / Jeff Bezos

Re: Amazon (AMZN) / Jeff Bezos

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Re: Amazon (AMZN) / Jeff Bezos

Postby winston » Thu Sep 26, 2019 10:19 am

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Amazon's massive e-commerce platform accounts for about 38% of all online sales in the U.S., and there's likely more room for growth from the company. That's because only 11% of U.S. retail sales now happen online, which leaves plenty more room for Amazon's sales to grow.

Not only is the company leading the e-commerce charge in the U.S., but it's figured out a way to make more money from its platform through its lucrative Prime memberships.

Amazon has more than 100 million subscribers signed up for its Prime membership, and they spend, on average, $800 more per year on its platform than non-Prime members.

But while Amazon makes the vast majority of its revenue from its e-commerce business, Amazon Web Services (AWS) generates most of its profit.

AWS is the largest cloud computing platform in the world and easily outpaces its competitors in market share. While cloud computing might seem like an odd play for Amazon, the company is well-positioned to benefit as public cloud computing grows into a $278 billion market over the next two years.

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Re: Amazon (AMZN) / Jeff Bezos

Postby winston » Thu Oct 03, 2019 2:05 pm

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Amazon: 32% Upside

Switching gears now to a stock that needs no introduction, Morgan Stanley Brian Nowak steps in to suggest investors take another look at Amazon (AMZN - Get Report). The e-commerce giant has seen its stock slide 14% from the $2,020 share price it sported just three months ago. But Nowak expects Amazon to recover those losses, and more. (To watch Nowak's track record, click here)

Projecting a $2,200 share price within 12 months, Nowak rates Amazon "overweight," and argues that although the introduction of "1-day" shipping guarantees will squeeze profit margins, it should also drive demand for Amazon's goods and accelerate revenue growth, which at 20% last quarter was well below the company's 25% average revenue growth rate for the last five years.

Nowak also makes the case that offering faster shipping will help Amazon to "penetrate new buckets of consumer expenditure," including in particular consumable products which can spoil if not shipped and delivered quickly.

As more of Amazon's customers buy more short-shelf-life goods from the company, this will in turn enable the company to "garner incremental wallet share."

Net-net, therefore, Nowak argues that Amazon stock should be a buy in the long-term, despite "volatile" trends as it rolls out its new shipping regimen.

The analyst's $2,200 target price implies that after losing 14% on their stock over the last three months, investors could now gain nearly twice as much -- 27% -- by keeping the faith and sticking with this strong buy stock.

Wall Street’s confidence on the retail giant speaks for itself; AMZN has received a whopping 30 'buy' ratings in the last three months vs. only one 'hold' rating.

Meanwhile, the $2,297.24 consensus price target suggests a potential upside of 33% from the current share price.

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