Why Amazon Is Winning by Losing

The following video is from Friday's Motley Fool Money radio show, featuring host Chris Hill along with analysts Joe Magyer, Ron Gross, and James Early. In this segment, the focus is on Amazon.com (NAS: AMZN) , which just posted its first losing quarter in more than five years. However, these Q3 losses are a byproduct of Amazon's long-term winning strategy, which will pay dividends to shareholders down the road. Listen in on the guys' full conversation and analysis below.


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