A Short-Seller's Dream

Short-trading ideas are highly risky but present an opportunity for significant payoff if they work. Such ideas are for only the most risk-tolerant investors, as the potential for 100% loss is high.

I have to admit it, I love using Amazon (AMZN). I find that I am increasingly relying on the service for more of my day-to-day needs. I love the convenience and delivery consistency that the site provides. My latest purchase was a 40-inch dog bed for my golden retriever, Cooper. It saved me the half-hour trip to PetSmart. It is nice getting products from a company with great customer service and does not seem to care about profit margins. As much as I love Amazon's product offerings, I remain short the stock simply because of that last point. The company never seems to produce any profit, and I don't see investors continuing to back a stock at a 130 forward price-to-earnings ratio without commensurate profit growth forever....335 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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