What is Amazon.com's stock symbol?
Amazon.com trades on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol "AMZN."
Where is Amazon.com's stock going? Where will Amazon.com's stock price be in 2017?
50 analysts have issued 1-year price objectives for Amazon.com's shares. Their forecasts range from $719.07 to $1,250.00. On average, they anticipate Amazon.com's share price to reach $939.52 in the next year.
When will Amazon.com announce their earnings?
Amazon.com is scheduled to release their next quarterly earnings announcement on Wednesday, April, 26th 2017.
What are analysts saying about Amazon.com stock?
Here are some recent quotes from research analysts about Amazon.com stock:
- FBN Securities analysts commented, "We retain our Outperform rating on AMZN and raise our PT from $875 to $925. In contrast to FQ3 when AMZN reported a slight revenue beat but missed on EPS, AMZN reported a FQ4 revenue miss (by 2%) but beat consensus GAAP EPS by 12% due mostly to a GM beat (33.8% vs. 32.9% consensus) with a small beat on opex. AWS grew well (up 47% Y/Y), but this is down from growth rates of 55-64% over the prior three quarters and revenue of $3.54B slightly missed consensus of $3.60B. We estimate that retail (non-AWS) GM% was 28.0%, similar to FQ3's 27.9% and up 1pp Y/Y." (2/3/2017)
- Cantor Fitzgerald analysts commented, " We maintain an Overweight rating on AMZN while adjusting our PT to $965 from $1,000 on mixed 4Q results. Top line missed cons. est's as growth was impacted by greater FX headwinds and price cuts to AWS, but higher-than-expected margins in North America (NA) drove bottom line outperformance even as increased investments in infrastructure, video content and India weighed on profitability. Our positive bias on AMZN reflects its 1) leadership in e-commerce (with ~35% share of US market and global footprint), 2) leadership in the vast and rapidly growing cloud computing segment, 3) intense focus on the consumer and on the value proposition, and 4) a compelling valuation at 19.0x FY17 EV/EBITDA." (2/3/2017)
- Instinet analysts commented, "Intestinal Fortitude Required."DiClemente commented, "While we had expected aggressive investment to remain a near-term theme ahead of 4Q's results, what we had not anticipated was that revenue growth expectations for 2017 would also falter. Amazon 4Q revenue came in slightly higher than the midpoint of guidance and below our and the Street estimates, an unusual result, with the biggest miss versus our expectations coming from International. We note, however, that FX was a bigger drag on International revenues than expected. The softer revenue narrative continues into 1Q, where the high end of guidance comes in below our estimates. If revenue is going to decelerate for AMZN, then the burden shifts to operating income and FCF to carry the financial story. While both of those had a great 4Q, the OI guidance and heavy capex imply further investment ahead. In the near term, estimates go lower; while we remain bullish in the long term, we lower our Target Price to $925 from $950. FY17E EPS from $8.20 to $7.66; FY18E EPS from $14.13 to $13.37." (2/3/2017)
According to Zacks Investment Research, "Amazon is one of the largest online retailers in the world. Year-to-date, the stock has outperformed the Zacks Internet Commerce industry. The company delivered mixed third quarter results with earnings missing the Zacks consensus estimate but revenues beating the same. Amazon is driving value across all its businesses and especially the retail business remains very hard to beat on price, choice and convenience. The company has a solid loyalty system in Prime and its FBA strategy, and content addition continues to add selection to Prime memberships. The AWS generates much higher margins than retail, so it has a very positive impact on Amazon’s profitability. Devices and IoT is also a potential growth area. However, Prime saturation in the U.S. market and competition in online retail remains concern." (12/28/2016)
Who owns Amazon.com stock?
Amazon.com's stock is owned by many different of institutional and retail investors. Top institutional shareholders include FMR LLC (4.07%), State Street Corp (3.44%), Baillie Gifford & Co. (1.56%), Sands Capital Management LLC (0.48%), Loomis Sayles & Co. L P (0.45%) and Davis Selected Advisers (0.40%). Company insiders that own Amazon.com stock include Alain Monie, Andrew R Jassy, Brian T Olsavsky, David Zapolsky, Diego Piacentini, Jeffrey A Wilke, Jeffrey M Blackburn, Jeffrey P Bezos, John Seely Brown, Patricia Q Stonesifer, Shelley Reynolds, Thomas J Szkutak, Thomas O Ryder and Tom A Alberg.
Who sold Amazon.com stock? Who is selling Amazon.com stock?
Amazon.com's stock was sold by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including Viking Global Investors LP, FMR LLC, Arrowstreet Capital Limited Partnership, Lansdowne Partners UK LLP, Sands Capital Management LLC, Putnam Investments LLC, Baillie Gifford & Co. and I.G. Investment Management LTD.. Company insiders that have sold Amazon.com stock in the last year include Andrew R Jassy, Brian T Olsavsky, David Zapolsky, Jeffrey A Wilke, Jeffrey M Blackburn, Jeffrey P Bezos, Patricia Q Stonesifer, Shelley Reynolds, Thomas O Ryder and Tom A Alberg.
Who bought Amazon.com stock? Who is buying Amazon.com stock?
Amazon.com's stock was purchased by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including Asset Management One Co. Ltd., State Street Corp, Russell Investments Group Ltd., Ruane Cunniff & Goldfarb Inc., Discovery Capital Management LLC CT, Investec Asset Management LTD, Genovese Burford & Brothers Wealth & Retirement Plan Management LLC and Marshall Wace LLP.
How do I buy Amazon.com stock?
Shares of Amazon.com can be purchased through any online brokerage account. Popular online brokerages include Vanguard Brokerage Services, TD Ameritrade, E*TRADE, Scottrade, Fidelity and Charles Schwab.
How much does a share of Amazon.com stock cost?
One share of Amazon.com stock can currently be purchased for approximately $845.24.