Amazon Vs. Walmart Stock: Which is the Better Buy?
Discover which is the better stock to invest, Amazon or Walmart, which one will perform better and win the ecommerce industry
Amazon and Walmart are titans of industry and fierce retail competitors.
I will compare them on metrics that include market performance, growth, valuation, return of capital, and profitability to determine the better buy.
Let the games begin!
Amazon (AMZN) vs. Walmart (WMT) is indeed the battle of the titans. Two companies that dominate the retail landscape. They are fierce competitors. Together, most people interact with one or both companies in some way almost every day, sometimes without even knowing it. The companies also stir powerful emotions. Many people love them, hate them, or love to hate them. And negative emotions are not unfounded as each sometimes operates in a heavy-handed fashion. Just ask the FTC. Positive feelings are not unfounded either. Just ask their investors and customers.
They are also very different. Amazon, it seems, is into everything. From satellite internet to streaming music and television to Amazon Web Services (AWS). Walmart is much more focused on its core enterprise. Walmart pays a dividend, which Amazon does not. Walmart buys back a significant amount of stock; Amazon does not.
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