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90.35 USD 2.14% +1.89
OPEN 89.24
DAY RANGE 90.86 - 87.88
52 WEEK RANGE 177.18 - 85.87
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Valuations metrics

Market capitalization 0.9T
Enterprise value 1T
Trailing pe 81.83636
Forward pe 53.26627
Peg ratio -37.8
Price to sales ttm 1.8287007
Price to book mrq 6.6770506
Enterprise to revenue 2.007
Enterprise to ebitda 19.556


Fiscal year ends 2021-12-31
Most recent quarter 2022-09-30
Profit margin 0.022550002
Operating margin 0.025829999
Return on assets ttm 0.02
Return on equity ttm 0.08776
Income statement
Revenue ttm 502.2B
Revenue per share ttm 49.349
Quarterly revenue growth 0.147
Gross profit ttm 197.5B
Ebitda 52.1B
Net income to common ttm 11.3B
Diluted eps ttm 1.1
Quarterly earnings growth yoy -0.09
Balance sheet
Revenue ttm 502.2B
Total cash mrq 58.7B
Total cash per share mrq 5.75
Total debt mrq 164.3B
Total debt to equity mrq 119.525
Current ratio mrq 0.937
Book value per share mrq 13.482
Cash flow
Operating cash flow ttm 39.7B
Levered free cash flow ttm -12691999744

Stock statistics

Shares outstanding 10.2B
Float shares 9.2B
Avg 10 volume 63.4M
Avg 30 volume 94.8M
Shares short 81.2M
Short ratio 0.81
Short percent of shares outstanding 0.0091
Percent held by insiders 0.09839
Percent held by institutions 0.60019

Stock price summary

Fifty two week low 85.87
Fifty two week high 176.9695
Fifty two week change -90.605
Beta 1.194683
Day 50 ma 103.5948
Day 200 ma 124.1675

Dividends and splits

Last split factor 20-for-1 split
Last split date 2022-06-06

Amazon Inc. (AMZN) Company Profile

Amazon Inc. is an American company offering a range of products, including online retail. The company also manufactures and sells electronic devices. The company was founded on July 5, 1994, by Jeff Bezos.

Amazon’s headquarters are in Bellevue, Washington State. Amazon trades on the NASDAQ exchange under the AMZN ticker. The company first went public on May 15, 1997. 

Amazon operates through three main segments: North America, International, and Amazon Web Services (AWS). The AWS segment includes products like analytics, Amazon Athena, CloudSearch, EMR, Elasticsearch Service, Kinesis, Managed Streaming for Apache Kafka, Amazon Redshift, QuickSight, AWS Data Pipeline, AWS Glue, and AWS Lake Formation.

AWS solutions include machine learning, analytics, data lakes, Internet of Things, serverless computing, containers, enterprise applications, and storage. Amazon also offers advertising services. Through Amazon Prime, the company offers streaming services for various digital content.

Amazon’s main competitors

Key Amazon Milestones

For the first time in the company’s history, Amazon’s market capitalization surpassed the $1 trillion mark in January 2020. This is after the company recorded high revenues during Q4 2019. The company joined other tech giants like Apple, Microsoft, and Alphabet.

In December 2016, Amazon facilitated its first customer delivery by drone in England. The drone journey lasted about 13 minutes, carrying popcorn and a Fire TV video streaming device.

On January 22, 2018, the company launched the Amazon Go, a store that deploys cameras and sensors to detect items that a shopper grabs off shelves. The technology then automatically charges a shopper’s Amazon account. The first store was opened to the general public in Seattle.

In 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic, Amazon was among the primary beneficiaries of the crisis as the company played a vital role in delivering essential goods during the lockdown. Amazon shares consequently soared by more than 60%. The market cap also grew by over $500 billion. 

Amazon Frequently Asked Questions

Does Amazon (AMZN) pay dividends?

Since going public, Amazon has never paid any dividends. The company channels its profits to other production operations. This is despite the company hitting new levels of profitability.

Why is Amazon successful?

Amazon’s success is tied to its high-end customer support, innovations, diversifications of products, unique user experience, and execution. 

How many times has Amazon split its stock?

Since going public, Amazon has split its shares four times. In June 1998 at 2-for-1, January 1999 at 3-for-1, 2-for-1 in September 1999 and 20-for-1 in June 2022