- Amazon closed Monday with its biggest two-day drop since February 2014.
- The stock continued to decline for its third day since delivering a disappointing earnings report on Thursday.
- October has been Amazon's worst month since 2008.
Amazon closed its third straight day of losses Tuesday, dropping down 0.55 percent by the end of trading. It marked a 23.59 percent drop for the month of October.
The stock been on a steady decline since Thursday when it missed revenue estimates and delivered disappointing fourth-quarter guidance. October has been the worst month for Amazon since 2008.
At Monday's close, Amazon shed $103.93 or 6.3 percent. The stock was trading at its lowest level since April after suffering its biggest two-day loss since February 2014 at 13.7 percent.