Amazon.com (AMZN) Stock Turns Green After Early Slide: What Now?

Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) stock is seeing a nice recovery from this morning’s low as Nasdaq just turned green after falling about 1% earlier. At the time of writing, AMZN stock is up by over 1% to almost its session’s high at $3305.

Amazon.com (AMZN) Stock Turns Green After Early Slide: What Now?

What is more surprising is that the stock has fallen about 7% after reporting blockbuster first-quarter earnings last Thursday. In fact, the stock made a record high of $3,554 following the earnings.

However, looks like sell on the news happened and traders booked profit. Well, just before the earnings the stock had jumped 9% in a week.

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The company’s EPS was $15.79, more than triple the $5.01 a share recognized in the same period a year ago and well ahead of S&P Capital IQ Consensus Estimate of $9.55.

Well, the recent fall may be a good opportunity for investors as once markets recover, AMZN may outperform the market.

 

 

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