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Amazon.com, Inc.’s score of 98 means that it ranks higher than 98% of stocks in the sector. In addition, its overall score of 93 ranks it higher than 93% of all stocks.
What do These Ratings Mean?
Analyzing stocks can be hard. There are tons of numbers and ratios, and it can be hard to remember what they all mean and what counts as “good” for a given value. InvestorsObserver ranks stocks on eight different metrics. We percentile rank most of our scores to make it easy for investors to understand. A score of 93 means the stock is more attractive than 93 percent of stocks.
Our proprietary scoring system captures technical factors, fundamental analysis and the opinions of analysts on Wall Street. This makes InvestorsObserver’s overall rating a great way to get started, regardless of your investing style.
Percentile-ranked scores are also easy to understand. A score of 100 is the top and a 0 is the bottom. There’s no need to try to remember what is “good” for a bunch of complicated ratios, just pay attention to which numbers are the highest.
What’s Happening With Amazon.com, Inc. Stock Today?
Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) stock is trading at $134.98 as of 11:37 AM on Wednesday, Nov 1, an increase of $1.89, or 1.42% from the previous closing price of $133.09. The stock has traded between $133.71 and $135.83 so far today. Volume today is light. So far 20,632,428 shares have traded compared to average volume of 56,793,477 shares.