Amazon stock has pulled back to mouth-watering levels as the company announces that they will lower Whole Foods prices beginning Monday, August 28, 2017.
Today did this report on the Amazon pricing strategy on organic food:
Amazon.com reported an earnings miss last month which was a big blow to bulls. The e-commerce giant reported a Q2 EPS that fell to 40 cents from $1.78 a year ago which totally missed the FactSet consensus of $1.41. Not only did Amazon totally miss expectations for their profit in Q2, but they cut in half the expectations of what they’re going to make over the next 12 months.
It is too early to take an entry in Amazon right now. Price movement has been a little bit too volatile to find a good entry and exit point. It is probably a good idea to wait for a consolidation first.
Notice how well large players volume is holding up as the price of Amazon stock has dropped. This is a positive divergence and is bullish. The Twiggs Money Flow is starting to round up but we need more of an upward move before making that assessment.
A stop limit order strategy like this may be the way to play Amazon.
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