"What is Amazon likely to look like in 20 years from now? The irony in the fact that 20 years and three days ago (just before Amazon listed), Barnes and Noble sued the company for claiming they were the biggest book store in the world, claiming they were just a book broker." To market … Continue reading The Etail Whale
"Now that the numbers are out of the way, there are two key areas that management spoke about. An area of concern, which was the opening point from the new CEO Kevin Johnson is the state of US malls. Foot traffic to malls is slowing and a number of malls are closing." To market … Continue reading The Caffeine Bean
"I really feel that Amazon now have the size and scale for world domination. The Prime membership is genius. You have 80 million users who have logged in their credit card details. All it takes is one click to make a purchase. You can attract more subscribers with incredible content such as movies, series, gaming … Continue reading Amazing Amazon
"30 percent of all the shares in issue have been bought back since listing in March 2008, mark this down to around one-third once this current program is finished." Attention: One of our sub-tenants is moving to Cape Town so we have some open offices to lease. There are 2 spaces available, one is … Continue reading $V is for #Vinning
"Think of the cloud as an offsite storage space. Provided that your internet connection is up to scratch and that you do not need to have to worry about capping your data usage, this is the future of storage and using services, not as much pressure is put on your hardware." To market to … Continue reading Clouds in the Amazon
"We continue to buy shares of what is a unique company. They are working on revenue lines that we have no idea about. And it feels good to know that these are for solving problems of the world, that is the core of the business. Stay young Alphabet. Stay young." To market to market … Continue reading Alphabets on a Great Future
"In conclusion, this is a company that really has a huge growth business as their core business and many more lines in the water. This is definitely a huge growth business. They are creating future revenue streams that we couldn't envisage now, encouraging staffers to be creative (certainly rewarding them for it) and making life … Continue reading Alphabet. Breathtaking. Class.
"This commitment to customer service is what distinguishes Amazon.com from their competitors. I think that the company is fairly priced considering its huge growth rates which are likely to continue for years to come." The latest blunders video has hit the screens last week, what haven't you watched it yet? Follow the link Blunders … Continue reading Profits. Not hidden in the jungle.
"And of course that is true, as of the close last evening Apple had a market capitalisation of 539 billion Dollars (the trillion Dollar curse), whilst Alphabet, and this is knowing your ABC's, was at 517 billion Dollars. In the aftermarket however, Google is up just over four percent, which means that it is … Continue reading Google pips Apple
"Alphabet (Google) has enormous resources, the little over 5 billion Dollars (actually the real number is 5,099,019,513.59 Dollars, which is the square root of 26, which is how many letter there are in the Alphabet) is a dip into the nearly 73 billion Dollar cash pile. Mr. Market is cheering the Alphabet results, as easy … Continue reading Forget please and thank-you, lets talk ABC’s