Jeff Bezos better buckle up because Wall Street may be throwing in the towel on Amazon.
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The company posted a huge earnings miss for its third quarter on Thursday, reporting a loss of 95 cents a share versus the street's estimate of 74 cents. And that big miss may be the last straw for investors, analysts said.
"This is a show me the revenue story gone bad. Last November I warned that investors really are growing impatient ... this loss is just really a hard one to swallow," said Lou Basenese, founder of the research firm Disruptive Tech Research, on CNBC's "Closing Bell. "
"Last quarter you had this loss of about $41 million and this is going to be a tough one to justify saying 'we are investing in the future' when the loss is that big," he said.