Amazon May Be Flying Too High

At just a dollar shy of $400/share in Monday's session, Amazon (AMZN) has many investors and potential investors alike wondering if this goliath online retailer has what it takes to reach the heights of another famous internet name. That other name, of course, is Google. Google Inc. (GOOG) hit a record high of $1,068/share last week after surpassing $400/share as far back as 2004.

It's enough to certainly peak an interest, especially when investors take a look at Netflix (NFLX), The Netflix shares are hovering at just under the $400 price point and Netflix only competes with one segment of Amazon's market base. This, of course, is not what the professionals see, but it is what Joe Public sees....610 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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