Although analysts predict a steep decline in Amazon.com's quarterly earnings from $0.41 to $0.02, tech analyst Andrew Tonner is not particularly concerned about Amazon's quarter-to-quarter profit. Amazon's moves into the cloud space and streaming, along with the release of the Kindle Fire 2, should continue to help this company grow in the long term.
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