More on Amazon's Q4: North American sales +37% Y/Y (44% in Q3). International sales +31% (44% in...

More on Amazon's Q4: North American sales +37% Y/Y (44% in Q3). International sales +31% (44% in Q3). Merchandise sales +48%, media sales +15%. Operating cash flow was $4.27B ($3.48B in year-ago period). Kindle device unit sales +177% Y/Y. (no specifics on Kindle Fire) Operating margin was 1.4%, down from 3.8% in year-ago period. AMZN -8.1% AH. (PR)

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  • Positive Equity
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    This is still a growth company in a market with huge potential returns.
    Ask any Amazon's competitors and you will get the same story. Shoppers are using our stores to check out products before they buy them on Amazon. Keep your eye on the Kindle sales. Amazon's investment in the Kindle will pay off in increased sales of books and movies.
    31 Jan 2012, 04:42 PM Reply Like
  • BigJ1260
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    Consumers check the prices mostly to see the gap vs. paying state sales tax as a trade off to wait to have it delivered.


    Most states and even Feds are looking at legislation to have sales tax charged at transaction by Amazon - will be huge hit to their already miniscule margins and/or to their value proposition vs. brick & mortar


    They've had "Huge potential returns" for 10 years now
    what's missing is the actual returns
    31 Jan 2012, 04:54 PM Reply Like
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