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Amazon Stock Price Will Climb from Newest Partnership in $14.4 Trillion Industry

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The Amazon stock price today is down over 2%, even though the company announced a major a partnership with Fitbit.

For whatever reason, Wall Street just can't see that this is a huge catalyst for revenue growth.

This partnership is allowing Amazon to dominate the future $14.4 trillion Internet of Things market, and we want to make sure Money Morning subscribers get in on the ground floor...

The Amazon Stock Price Will Soar Because of Sneaky, New Growth Catalyst

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The Amazon stock price is down over 16% in 2016 after the online retailer failed to meet expectations in its Q4 2015 earnings report.

And now shareholders are starting to worry about Amazon opening its second brick-and-mortar store this summer in San Diego.

But while the business models of traditional bookstores failed to keep up with the times, opening up a physical location is actually going to be a huge catalyst for Amazon's revenue growth...

Amazon Stock Price Will Soar After Targeting New $14.4 Trillion Industry

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The Amazon stock price has not been immune to the bearish 2016 stock market.

In fact, Amazon is even lagging behind the Nasdaq and Dow Jones Industrial Average.

But we just uncovered a $14.4 trillion emerging market that Amazon is building a strong foothold in...

AMZN Stock Just Received This New $100 Billion Catalyst

AMZN stock Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) stock just received a major new catalyst this week when it announced it will acquire the India-based payment company Emvantage.

This purchase gives Amazon access to an industry that could be worth as much as $100 billion. And that's not even the biggest reason why we're bullish on the AMZN stock price in 2016.

First, here are the details of the acquisition...

Amazon Stock Buyback Isn't the Only Reason Shares Will Rise


The Amazon stock price is climbing today because Amazon announced a new stock buyback program.

The stock buyback program would allow Amazon to purchase an additional $5 billion in shares.

And there’s a very clear signal that this new stock buyback plan is sending that Money Morning readers need to know about…

Amazon Stock Is Falling Today – One Reason We're Still Bullish in 2016

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Yes, Amazon stock has fallen nearly 11% in the last five trading sessions, and more than 21% in 2016 already.

But we remain bullish on the Amazon stock price for one major reason. This one major catalyst is part of the reason Amazon has become a $250 billion company, and why the stock has climbed more than 1,200% in the last 10 years.

First, here's why the Amazon stock price was dropping earlier this morning...

The Biggest Reason We're Bullish on the Amazon Stock Price After Today's 15% Drop

amazon shopping Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) posted a big earnings miss yesterday (Thursday), and the Amazon stock price dropped more than 15% today to an intraday low of $570.

Panicked investors are missing a major reason to remain bullish on the Amazon stock price even though earnings disappointed.

But first, here's why the Amazon stock price is dropping today...

Why We See the Amazon Stock Price Climbing in 2016

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The Amazon stock price is down over 9% in the first week of trading in 2016.

But despite the decline, we found a catalyst that has us very bullish about the Amazon stock price in 2016.

While most investors are cautious right now, the catalyst we found means that any price drops in AMZN stock create a perfect buying opportunity.

What's Next for the Amazon Stock Price in 2016

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The Amazon stock price is down on its biggest revenue generating day of the year.

For two consecutive Cyber Mondays, the Amazon stock price has closed lower than its opening price. It looks like it will do the same in 2015.

Read on to find out if this is the perfect time to buy Amazon stock or if the dropping price is an indication to avoid Amazon at all costs...

Why the Amazon Stock Price Is Higher Today (Nasdaq: AMZN)

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The Amazon stock price is higher today (Wednesday) after several positive news stories.

One of those stories is that Amazon opened its first brick-and-mortar store on Nov. 3.

Read on to find out why Amazon's retail space is about more than just selling books and how it could affect the AMZN stock price moving forward...

10 Numbers That Stunned Investors This Week

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Here are this week's need-to-know facts about the stock market, economy, Wall Street, and life-changing global events...

It's the numbers that count in this crazy world. They can tell stories that words sometimes can't.

Here's a look at some of the fascinating, infuriating, amusing, depressing, and altogether important numbers that the world has put up on the board recently - and why you need to know them...

Amazon Earnings for Q3 2015 (Nasdaq: AMZN)

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Amazon earnings for Q3 2015 come out after market close today, and Wall Street expects the retail titan to smash expectations.

Some investors predict the earnings report will push the stock price above the $600 benchmark.

And we have a specific strategy for profiting from AMZN stock after the report...

How Social Media Affects the Market

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Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton demonstrated exactly how social media affects the market last week when her vitriolic tweet sent the biotech sector into an 8% tailspin.

These days, a post or a picture on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter can have a massive impact on U.S. markets.

We've got four more memorable examples of times when social media buzz has blown up a stock - or entire markets - for better or for worse...

Amazon Stock Untarnished After CEO Jeff Bezos Defends Workplace (Nasdaq: AMZN)


Even though Amazon Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) suffered a PR hit over the weekend, Amazon stock emerged Monday unscathed. An hour into trading at 10:30 a.m. ET, AMZN stock was flat at $530.34 a share (-0.22%).

The New York Times ran a scathing story Saturday about the largest American Internet-based retailer. Therein, testimonials from 100 current and former employees depicted a "bruising" workplace, where employees are expected to "toil long and late," and where workers suffering from personal crises, including cancer, miscarriage, and bereavement, are simply edged out.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' attempt to swoop in on damage control appears to have done the trick -- take a look at this memo he sent out over the weekend...'s Earnings Stunner (Nasdaq: AMZN)

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Money Morning Technical Trading Specialist D.R. Barton appeared on CNBC World after (Nasdaq: AMZN) blew away all analysts' expectations and turned in a stellar profit of $0.19 per share on $23.18 billion in revenue.

Life is about to get even better for shareholders as the e-commerce giant looks to put revenue worries to rest forever.

Don't miss D.R.'s look at CEO Jeff Bezos' "take over the world's retail" mentality...