Amazon.com (AMZ) - Stock Price & Dividends

Exchange: XETRA Stock Exchange • Country: United States • Currency: EUR • Type: Common Stock • ISIN: US0231351067

Online Retail, Advertising, Cloud Computing, Electronic Devices, Media Content

Amazon.com, Inc. is a global e-commerce giant that sells a vast array of consumer products, offers advertising services, and provides subscription-based services through its online and physical stores across North America and internationally.

The company operates through three main segments: North America, International, and Amazon Web Services (AWS). The North America segment focuses on retail sales, advertising, and subscription services in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The International segment covers retail sales, advertising, and subscription services in countries outside of North America. AWS, on the other hand, provides a range of cloud computing services, including compute power, storage, database management, analytics, machine learning, and more.

In addition to its retail and cloud computing services, Amazon also designs, manufactures, and sells a range of electronic devices, including e-readers like Kindle, tablets like Fire, smart TVs, and smart home devices like Echo, Ring, Blink, and eero. The company also produces and distributes media content, such as original TV shows and movies, music, and more.

Amazon's platform enables third-party sellers to list and sell their products to a massive customer base. The company also offers programs that allow authors, musicians, filmmakers, and other content creators to publish and sell their work. Additionally, Amazon provides a range of services for developers, including tools and platforms for building, testing, and deploying apps.

One of Amazon's most popular services is Amazon Prime, a membership program that offers customers a range of benefits, including free two-day shipping, streaming of music and video content, and photo storage. The company's advertising services, including sponsored ads, display ads, and video ads, help businesses reach their target audiences.

Amazon's products and services cater to a diverse range of customers, including individual consumers, sellers, developers, enterprises, content creators, advertisers, and employees. With a history dating back to 1994, Amazon.com, Inc. is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and has become one of the world's most valuable companies.

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AMZ Stock Overview

Market Cap in USD 1,836,919m
Sector Consumer Cyclical
Industry Internet Retail
GiC SubIndustry Internet & Direct Marketing Retail
TER 0.00%
IPO / Inception

AMZ Stock Ratings

Growth 5y 50.8
Fundamental 64.9
Dividend -
Rel. Performance vs Sector 3.04
Analysts -
Fair Price Momentum 177.88 EUR
Fair Price DCF 120.36 EUR

AMZ Dividends

Yield 12m 0.00%
Yield on Cost 5y 0.00%
Dividends CAGR 5y 0.00%
Payout Consistency 0.0%

AMZ Growth Ratios

Growth 12m 49.30%
Growth Correlation 12m 81%
Growth Correlation 3m 9%
CAGR 5y 15.69%
CAGR/Mean DD 5y 0.94
Sharpe Ratio 12m 1.63
Alpha vs SP500 12m 24.02
Beta vs SP500 5y weekly 0.90
ValueRay RSI 63.37
Volatility GJR Garch 1y 22.56%
Price / SMA 50 3.27%
Price / SMA 200 17.93%
Current Volume 68k
Average Volume 20d 31.3k

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What is the price of AMZ stocks?
As of June 22, 2024, the stock is trading at EUR 175.46 with a total of 67,969 shares traded.
Over the past week, the price has changed by +2.63%, over one month by +4.94%, over three months by +5.95% and over the past year by +54.35%.
What are the forecast for AMZ stock price target?
According to ValueRays Forecast Model, AMZ Amazon.com will be worth about 197.4 in June 2025. The stock is currently trading at 175.46. This means that the stock has a potential upside of +12.5%.
Issuer Forecast Upside
Wallstreet Target Price - -
Analysts Target Price - -
ValueRay Target Price 197.4 12.5

The Evolution of Amazon: From Online Bookstore to Global Marketplace

History and Formation

Founded by Jeff Bezos in 1994, Amazon started as a simple online bookstore. With the vision of creating an internet-based enterprise that could grow to offer a vast selection of products, the founder built Amazon.com, which quickly expanded its catalogue. The idea was simple but revolutionary - make it possible for people to buy anything, from anywhere, at any time. This guiding principle propelled Amazon from its humble beginnings to becoming a global leader in e-commerce.

Core Businesses

At the heart of Amazon's success is its e-commerce platform, which has broken traditional retail barriers globally. The platform offers millions of products, from books and electronics to clothing and groceries. Beyond retail, Amazon has also made massive strides in technology. Amazon Web Services (AWS), its cloud computing division, is a powerhouse that supports vast sections of the web, powering everything from startups to big corporations and governmental agencies.

Expansion into Other Domains

Amazon's ambition didn't stop with e-commerce and technology. The company ventured into the world of media with Amazon Prime Video, competing with giants like Netflix and Hulu. Further diversifying, it stepped into hardware with devices like Kindle e-readers, Fire TV, and Echo smart speakers. Additionally, Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods Market signify its push into the grocery sector, blending online and physical retail experiences.

Current Market Status

Today, Amazon stands as one of the world's most valuable companies, with a sprawling global presence. Its growth continues, driven by innovation and strategic expansions into new markets and technologies. Amazon's impact on retail, technology, and even entertainment is profound, shaping how people shop, consume media, and access technology. Despite facing competition and regulatory scrutiny, Amazon's journey from a startup to a global behemoth highlights its unmatched adaptability and vision for the future of commerce and technology.