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Amazon's Amazing Ecosystem

By Matt Thalman - Apr 20, 2013 at 4:00PM

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One reason investors should at least take a look at Amazon.

In the following video, Fool contributor Matt Thalman discusses one reason all investors should take a closer look at Amazon.com.

Matt thinks the company's ecosystem has been built to last and will allow Amazon to dominate the retail space in the coming years. Amazon's business model is very similar to the razor-and-blade concept investors are familiar with, with the main difference being that once Amazon sells you the razor, it can sell more than just the blades to go along with it. That's something that many of the other dominant players in the technology world can't do.

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