AMZN

Amazon

$2,170.22

(+31.42%)

Since 2019

Price: $

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Historical performances

Last 12 months

32.45%

Last 3 years

36.03%

Last 5 years

42.0%

Last 10 years

33.7%

Last 15 years

31.54%

Since inception

31.54%

Dividend Yield

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0.0%

Expense Ratio

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0.0%

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CNBC

about 8 hours ago

Amazon's first employee says the company scares him

Shel Kaphan, who joined the company in 1994, also said he's in support of breaking up Amazon. Kaphan who joined Amazon after it was founded in 1994 and appeared in PBS Frontline's documentary on Tuesday.

24/7 Wall Street

12 days ago

Amazon Employees Surge Toward 1 Million

The Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) headcount at the end of last year was just above 800,000.

CNBC

1 day ago

Outside of the big 5 tech companies, earnings growth is zero

Goldman Sachs found that just 5 companies, including Apple and Amazon, have contributed to the S&P 500's EPS growth.

CNBC

about 23 hours ago

Amazon Care, the company's virtual medical clinic, is now live for Seattle employees

The company has been working on Amazon Care for several years as a pilot project. The app provides virtual medical consultations, as well as a way to schedule a follow-up visit from a health professional to a patient's home or office.

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Invest in Amazon on Stash

The world's first online commerce giant now has its hand in countless industries.

Thanks to

fractional shares

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, you can buy any dollar amount of Amazon stock, or any other fund or stock you know on Stash.

Add a custom amount.

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