In today's edition of talkin' stocks, analyst Andrew Tonner takes a look at Wal-mart's (NYSE: WMT) decision to no longer carry Amazon's suite of Kindle products. This is just the most recent chapter in the ongoing saga between the two titans of retail. While Wal-Mart currently wears the crown, the steady-as-she-goes growth that investors expect from the company contrast sharply to the high-flying expansion of Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN). If the trend continues, there could be an upset a few years down the road.

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