Why Amazon (AMZN) is a Top Value Stock for the Long-Term

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DatumRatingAnalyst
12:26Amazon OverweightJP Morgan Chase & Co.
12.07.2024Amazon OverweightJP Morgan Chase & Co.
11.07.2024Amazon BuyJefferies & Company Inc.
09.07.2024Amazon BuyJefferies & Company Inc.
25.06.2024Amazon BuyGoldman Sachs Group Inc.
DatumRatingAnalyst
12:26Amazon OverweightJP Morgan Chase & Co.
12.07.2024Amazon OverweightJP Morgan Chase & Co.
11.07.2024Amazon BuyJefferies & Company Inc.
09.07.2024Amazon BuyJefferies & Company Inc.
25.06.2024Amazon BuyGoldman Sachs Group Inc.
DatumRatingAnalyst
26.09.2018Amazon HoldMorningstar
30.07.2018Amazon neutralJMP Securities LLC
13.06.2018Amazon HoldMorningstar
02.05.2018Amazon HoldMorningstar
02.02.2018Amazon neutralJMP Securities LLC
DatumRatingAnalyst
11.04.2017Whole Foods Market SellStandpoint Research
23.03.2017Whole Foods Market SellUBS AG
14.08.2015Whole Foods Market SellPivotal Research Group
04.02.2009Amazon.com sellStanford Financial Group, Inc.
26.11.2008Amazon.com ErsteinschätzungStanford Financial Group, Inc.

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