|Denaro||3.162,00 x 1400|
|Lettera||3.165,44 x 800|
|Min-Max giorno||3.141,25 - 3.240,80|
|Intervallo di 52 settimane||1.626,03 - 3.344,29|
|Beta (5 anni mensile)||1,33|
|Rapporto PE (ttm)||121,65|
|Prossima data utili||22 ott 2020 - 26 ott 2020|
|Rendimento e dividendo (forward)||N/D (N/D)|
|Data ex dividendo||N/D|
|Stima target 1A||3.611,39|
Amazon.com, the world’s largest online retailer, reported that its profits hit an all-time high in the second quarter as online sales surged amid the COVID-19 pandemic, sending its shares up 5% to $3,204.60 in after-hours trade on Thursday.
Amazon.Com is overbought and priced for perfection, raising odds for a sell-the-news reaction after this week’s earnings release.
The coronavirus stock market rally began the next volatile week after closed previous week with modest losses. After the Nasdaq reached its record high on Tuesday, the technology sector backed market rally sold off sharply Thursday the previous week, fueled by the likes of Apple, Intel, Amazon, Google and Tesla stocks.