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How to Grab 100% of Amazon.com’s Profit Potential for 3% of the Price

When Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) made its Nasdaq debut on May 16, 1997, regular investors lucky enough to get in on it could've snagged shares for a split- and dividend-adjusted price of less than $1.75 each.

Those early investors have realized eye-watering gains of more than 52,110%; shares of the e-commerce juggernaut are trading at more than $900. And it's still a good growth play.

But… Our Technical Trading Specialist, D.R. Barton, has an even better stock to recommend, with at least as much upside. It's a huge e-commerce player not only holding its own against "Team Bezos," but making some serious inroads against the standard by which all other e-commerce stocks are judged.

The best part is, thanks to a minor miss in its earnings report, it's on sale… until Wall Street realizes what happened.

And, as D.R.'s Stealth Profits Trader readers will tell you, a great company on a pullback means monster profits ahead.

That makes this D.R.'s favorite stock of the week…

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  1. Tom Glass | April 21, 2017

    Enjoyed DR

  2. KARNAM PRABHAKAR RAO | April 24, 2017

    Very useful article

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