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Amazon.com (AMZN, $254.55, down $20.15) shares are getting hammered today despite reporting a better-than-expected quarter after the close last night.  The company reported earnings of $0.18 a share on revenue of $16.1 billion.  The suit-and-ties were looking for $0.08 a share on revenue of $16.14 billion.  The slight miss in revenue and a lower growth have caused a stir on Wall Street but it was a great quarter for Amazon.

In their conference call, the company said “unit growth” came in at 30% but was 200 basis points  lower year-over-year.  However, gross margins hit an all-time which we feel is the bigger story.    Today’s 7% pullback could be a buying opportunity or an option trade as support at $250 is holding.  We will check the chart over the weekend to see if there will be a possible rebound or a continued move downtown.

There are a number of companies reporting next week that we are excited about:  Clorox (CLX, $86.78, down $0.28), Facebook (FB, $26.87, up $0.73), and MGM Resorts International (MGM, $13.48, down $0.05) will be confessing their numbers to the Street so there could be an option trade or two in play that we like.

We are also thrilled to be doing an update on our favorite small-cap stock that has surge from a recent low of $3 to over $7 a share.  We have been following the company for over a year and we have been pounding the table to our subscribers to buy 100, 500, or 1,000 shares or more to sock and stock away for the next year or two.

We have said we expect shares to trade to double-digits and our 6-12 month target has been $10.  However, once the fund managers and Wall Street pros find out about this diamond in the rough, shares could still easily double from current levels and push $14-$15.  Today, the stock is up another 32 cents that has triggered a 52-week high of $7.49.

We will also be talking about another stock that has fallen from $69 to $17 and could now be a takeover target.

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We also have a slew of New Trades we are adding to our Daily Watch List over the weekend as we prepare for a continue breakout or a test back to the bottom of the trading range.  Today’s close will be important so let’s go over some numbers. (continued…)


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