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    1. Regardless of how big a company is, they tend to experience short term price volatility on a daily basis. The best way to take advantage of such stocks is by trading CFDs, which gives you the advantage of being able to go short or long. 2. The company's trial and error policy makes of it a very enduring company that has, and most probably will survive many of the potential failures that it might go through.
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Amazon (AMZN) is the world's biggest online retailer that specialises in consumer electronics. It was first founded in 1994 as Cadabra, by Jeff Bezo's (renamed Amazon the year after) and it was the second company, after Apple, to be reach a valuation of a trillion dollars. At the beginning, the company sold only books and was operated from Jeff Bezo's garage. It went public in 1997 at $18 per share. Amazon's chart is one of constant growth without too many hiccups or serious dips. With its highest price being in August 2018 trading at $2010.95, and $1960 the past April, it demonstrates that the price swings of Amazon are quite stable (even though the last quarter ended in March 2019 Amazon's revenue decreased 17.52%). Its biggest competitor would be Ebay and even though Amazon is immense, the 50% of the business comes only from the US, this assures Investors and traders that the future of Amazon is strong.

1. Amazon's wide array of services and products make it difficult for the price to be based on only a couple of factors. Financial reports will be one of the strongest causes for the price to fluctuate. 2. It seems that so far, investors have not been scared off by neither Donald Trump's attacking tweets or Bernie Sanders' remarks about poor working conditions, but never say never. If you are investing in Amazon, keep an eye out for slander or repercussion that might catch up with the company.

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