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    Default Amazon, Last Chance?

    If you're interested in buying AMZN this might be one of the last days to buy under $1000, just sayin'.

    ---------------billy

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    still think this has good upward potential?

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    Yes, They have a head start of many years on any competition. I thought I was possibly too late buying at 500. Now I see a great potential upside.

    --------------billy

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    Meanwhile, $326 later.........

    -----------billy

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    billy,

    The P&F charts give a more intermediate term look at how a stock is doing.

    http://stockcharts.com/freecharts/pn...MZN,PWTADANRBO[PA][D][F1!3!!!2!20]
    Tim - Retired Problem Solver

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Meanwhile, $326 later.........

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    whoa, nice call there, billyjoe!

    https://i.imgur.com/iXoRnzs.jpg?fb
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    God bless America!

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    If I told you how much my AMZN stock alone is worth today, you would probably faint. It is more than 2/3 of my entire portfolio, breaking all kinds of rules of course. This is what it is, even after buying my leased car with cash, paying cash for 3 more grandchildren's 2 years of college, paying that huge life insurance annual premium (on my ex; keep hoping he will kick the bucket before the next one is due), and an unexpected high estimated tax bill this year, all I can say is "Thank God for AMZN!!".

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    I still think AMZN is in its early stages and might be buying more shortly. Just like good land and very rare collectibles, the price keeps going up. In 2007 BRKA hit 100,000 and people freaked out. Today it's 300,000. AMZN seems to be growing at a faster rate than BRKA. BRKA did correct to 75,000 before the latest meteoric rise.

    -------------------billy

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    Shades of October 1987. I know, I keep repeating this, but it has become a mantra of sorts while my head is firmly buried in the sand. ME: "Honey, the Dow just dropped 500 points!!!"; HIM: "Don't worry, it'll come back. It always does." P.S. So far my AMZN holdings are still green.

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