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AMZN Technical Update: Breaking Down The Recovery Rally

Amazon’s stock rose almost 5 percent into its January 30 earnings report. Considering that this followed a week of sideways chop, it’s fair to say that the expectations were suddenly elevated heading into earnings… making Amazon’s (AMZN) stock price vulnerable to a miss. And this is precisely what happened, sending Amazon’s stock price plunging after hours, en route to a post-earnings slide that saw as much as 16 percent trimmed off

5 Investment Surprises For 2014

Let me preface my list of investment surprises for 2014 by alerting you that these are in no way whatsoever to be considered recommendations. This list was compiled with the element of surprise in mind so the likelihood of them actually occurring should be viewed as such. In the event of their occurrences, however, each would have obvious investing implications. Here goes: 5 Investment Surprises For 2014 1)     Apple (AAPL) unveils a blockbuster and/or

Weakness in Retail Stocks Flying Under the Radar

The price action in the retail sector has been tricky of late. Many retail stocks have stalled, or pulled back, while some have fallen on their face. And much of this has flown under the radar. Some of this could be due to the late summer lull and market pullback, or perhaps the market is attempting to price in a luke warm consumer in the face of another debt ceiling

AMZN Technical Support Update: Lines in the Sand After Earnings

By Andrew Nyquist     After peaking in January, Amazon (AMZN) has spent the better part of the past few months rangebound ($250 – $275). But that may all come to an end after an earnings report that has pushed the stock down over 7% this morning. Concerns are no doubt seeping in as the price is nearing some important AMZN technical support levels. Below are two charts for AMZN stock that

Trading Ideas for the Week of January 7

By Alex Salomon Happy New Year to everyone!! It’s that time of the year when energy is flowing, so let’s take a look at some charts that appeal to me and offer up some ideas. Not advice, just sharing some trading ideas! Amazon.com (AMZN) The appeal is a break out above the multiple tops. When it happens (call it > $263) then the chart eventually opens up to $290. Just like

Chartology: Amazon (AMZN) Measured Move, Part 2?

Last winter, Amazon (AMZN) stock dropped precipitously in what turned out to be a measured A-B-C move lower into long term trend line support. Could something similar be in the works this summer? Note that an A-B-C measured move lower off 2012 highs would target an important confluence of support, including: 1) Uptrend support line 2) 200 day moving average 3) 50% fibonacci down retrace of December to April move

Chartology: Amazon (AMZN) Technical Update

                                    Amazon (AMZN) annotated daily stock chart with technical analysis overlay as of June 8, 2012.  Stock chart includes price support and resistance levels, AMZN stock analysis, and fibonacci retracement levels. Online retailers. AMZN Twitter:  @andrewnyquist and @seeitmarket     Facebook:  See It Market No position in any of the securities mentioned at the time of publication. Any opinions

Chartology: Amazon (AMZN) Update

                                    Amazon (AMZN) annotated daily stock chart with technical analysis overlay as of June 1, 2012.  Price support and resistance levels. Amazon stock analysis with fibonacci retracement levels. Retailers. AMZN ——————————————————— Twitter:  @andrewnyquist and @seeitmarket     Facebook:  See It Market Position in AMZN. Any opinions expressed herein are solely those of the author, and do not in any

Chartology: Amazon (AMZN) Nearing Bounce Zone?

                                    Amazon (AMZN) annotated daily stock chart with technical analysis overlay as of May 25, 2012.  Price support and resistance Levels. Amazon stock analysis with fibonacci retracement levels. Retailers. AMZN ——————————————————— Twitter:  @andrewnyquist and @seeitmarket     Facebook:  See It Market No position in any of the securities mentioned at the time of publication. Any opinions expressed herein are

Up Close and Personal: The New Age of Advertising

By Alex Salomon As I started writing about the new age and evolution of advertising and delved into the realm of future automated engines that will harvest data in one’s personal online social network to create automated friend/network experience-based advertising (as well as user-definable filters to help narrow and match reviews), I realized I had failed to approach the reason for new advertising. I had covered the “what” – algorithms digging