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Mike Bailey, director of research with FBB Capital Partners, says Amazon’s long-term prospects include durable growth trends for global e-commerce, cloud computing and online advertising.
“Investors have yet to fully price in the potential upside from Amazon’s entry into the advertising business, which is growing quickly but currently is only a fraction of the size of Facebook and Google,” Bailey says.
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