Jeff Bezos' Words of Caution for Amazon Investors

In his latest annual shareholder letter, Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN  ) CEO Jeff Bezos takes on critics who say that the company's spending strategies aren't consistent with the actions of a for-profit business. In the video below, Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos discusses Amazon's ramped-up investments, and why investors shouldn't expect the company to slow its pace of spending any time soon.

Everyone knows that Amazon is the king of the retail world right now, but at its sky-high valuation, most investors are worried it's the company's share price that will get knocked down instead of competitors'. The Motley Fool's premium report will tell you what's driving the company's growth, and fill you in on reasons to buy, and reasons to sell Amazon. The report also has you covered with a full year of free analyst updates to keep you informed as the company's story changes, so click here now to read more.


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