Is It Too Late to Retire Rich With Amazon.com, Inc.?
Even a mediocre stock tends to beat the most generous savings accounts in the long run. But why settle for mediocre when you can buy a market-crushing cash machine? That's the way to start building a richer retirement today.
Online retailer Amazon.com is one of the stock market's biggest winners since 2001. If you bought Amazon when everyone else thought the company would perish in the dot-com crash, you're sitting on 41% compound annual returns today. Buying Wal-Mart stock or a Dow Jones Industrial Average fund at the same time would only have given you single-digit annual returns -- but even those limping gains would have treated you better than a money market account.
In the video below, Fool analyst Anders Bylund explains why it's not too late to get rich with Amazon's amazing stock.
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