Next Stop for Amazon (AMZN) Stock: $3,000 a Share

Amazon has been doing well during this crisis, and there’s more to come…

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The coronavirus panic has most of the economy in a deep freeze.

Brick-and-mortar retail stores are getting hammered. (The U.S. Commerce Department says retail sales for March fell a seasonally adjusted 8.7% — the biggest one-month decline since it started keeping records in 1992.)

We're seeing other stressors in the food supply chain.

Unemployment is spiking.

And the U.S. economy is headed for a recession.

This spiraling storm is changing the corporate landscape, is widening the gap between the winners and losers, and is changing the opportunity matrix for investors.

And the COVID-19 pandemic is transforming one heavyweight into an absolute juggernaut.

I'm talking about Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), the King of E-Commerce, which has become the essential retailing icon of the pandemic.

Today I'm here to make a prediction.

And to answer a question.

Amazon is currently trading at about $2,350 a share.

That's more than five times where it was five years ago – a fact that has lots of investors asking: “Is it too late to buy Amazon?”

Absolutely not.

In fact, I'm predicting we'll eventually see Amazon at $3,000 a share as a result of the market and mindshare gains the company has made during this crisis. And the stock will move higher from there.

Today I'm going to show you why…

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