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Can The Stellar Amazon Earnings Report Be The Catalyst For All-Time Highs?

Amazon started with a gap up the session after a stellar earnings report released yesterday after the closing bell. The company reported 2Q profit of $5.2 billion, or $10.30 a share, smashing the market consensus of $1.75 earnings per share almost doubling the previous year earnings of $5.22 a share. 

AMZN reported revenues of $88.9 billion, beating the higher estimate of 81 billion and 40% higher from $63.4 billion in the second quarter of 2019. You can read more on the analyst’s expectations for the second quarter in our article: Amazon Second Quarter Earnings Preview.

E-commerce business delivered $45.9 billion in revenues from $31.05 billion, topping the expectations of $39.89 billion. North America combined net sales – online and at physical stores – reached $55.44 billion from $38.65 billion in same quarter 2019, while international sales increase to $22.67 billion from $16.37 billion.

Amazon Web Services revenue grew 29% to $10.8 billion in the quarter from 8.38. The operating profit of the sector came in at 3.36 billion.

Amazon Third Quarter Guidance 

Amazon now expects revenue to grow between 24% and 33% in the third quarter of the year between $87 and $93 billion.

Amazon Share Technical Analysis

Amazon is adding today 4.12% at 3,177, as the bulls getting a boost from the strong fundamentals. Now the next supply zone is the all-time highs at 3,344.29. 

On the downside, first support stands at 3,151 the daily low. The round figure and yesterdays low at 3,000 would offer the next support zone. Bullish momentum would be cancelled, only if the Amazon share price breaks below 2,785 – the 50-day moving average.  

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