Ahead of earnings, millennial investors on the trading apps Robinhood and Stockpile were far more bullish than their older peers. On StockTwits, where users discuss stocks to the tune of 200,000 messages per day, post volume for AMZN has more than doubled.
Wall Street analysts, on the other hand, are markedly more bearish. The average price target for shares of Amazon is just $US1,403, according to Bloomberg, 2% below where the stock was trading Thursday afternoon.
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