In January the company revealed fourth-quarter EPS of $0.51 and revenue of $25.58 billion, both were below expectations, tiggering a selloff in the share price. Even though the online retailer posted a profit $239 million, traders focused on the fact that it had missed expectations.
The share price is down over 15% since its last earnings update in January, but it has managed to pull back some of the ground it lost recently. However, we are still a long way from the 40,000 mark it was above at the start of the year.
The online retailer's share price is currently below the 200-day moving average of 34,274, which is a bearish signal. If the results exceed estimates we could target the 200-DMA of 34,274; in the event they are poor we could head towards the recent low of 30,553.