Amazon.com is losing its sales-tax advantage, and the stocks of competitors are rallying so far in 2013. Is the e-tailer's selling threat waning? Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos doesn't think so. He discusses two big reasons Amazon is still a force to be watched in the retail space.
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