Do you still treat Amazon.com as a common shopping site? Yes, of course, hardly anyone can be surprised by the offered variety of the goods categories, whose number - just think about it! - reaches 34. However, the constant boosting of consumer demand due to new product releases, such as Echo and Alexa (virtual assistants, that together can already replace traditional assistants), as well as improving such devices as Kindle and Fire, cannot but make even the most inveterate shoppers feel pleased. In general, the company's entire development process can be equated to a fantasy, since it all started with an idea of selling books back in 1994, but today its owner is in the top of the world's richest people list, Amazon Web Services controls 35% of the cloud services market, leaving behind even Google and Microsoft, and Netflix, Airbnb and NASA line up to cooperate with the company. If even this doesn't surprise you, it's worth mentioning that Amazon continues to set new records. Thus, in the second quarter of the current year compared to the period of 2017, the company's net profit increased almost 13 times or by 1200% (yes, you read it right and the number of zeros is correct) to sky-high $2.5 billion or $5.07 per share. The revenues grew to $52.90 billion, which is 40% more than in the previous year. Moreover, the company's market capitalization is already close enough to exceed the $1 trillion mark. Quite solid indicators against the overall assessment of the company and the scale pan inclining in its direction when buying stocks, right?
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