Thursday marks the busiest day of this quarter's earnings season with 65 S&P 500 companies releasing their quarterly results.
Amazon is one of the 65.
Investors will be closely watching the Seattle-based company's earnings after it's fellow F.A.N.G. stocks reported mixed results -- Netflix missed, while Facebook posted a strong beat. (Google parent company Alphabet is also set to report earnings Thursday after-the-bell.)
After starting the year in the red, Amazon shares are up 24% over the past three months.
But despite the upward surge and the company's expansion into web services, Amazon's high multiple might make some investors pause. With a 133X forward price-to-earnings ratio, the stock is simply too expensive for some would-be buyers.
The "Halftime Report" experts discussed if this stock is a buy ahead of earnings -- or if you should stay on the sidelines for now.