For those of you who follow my threads, I do have a few bullish picks such as PTT, CSUN and a few others. However, the one stock that I am most bullish about is Amazon. It is clear to me that this stock will reach at least 114 and any close above that will make it go to 200. I have been bullish on Amazon since the conference call while others dismissed it casually and wanted to short it buying "puts". Well, its been some time after the call and all we have seen is consolidation and advance. Many of you are still bitter from the tech days when it went from 110 to 6 dollars within 1 year of time. Lets think this out *logically*. Some of you guys are perfectly willing to jump on Apple over an unproven cell phone that isnt even on sale yet, Mastercard - an obviously overvalued play with pending litigation and which had posted several quarters of non-growth in the years before it went public, Jones Soda over a framework distribution agreement, Google because its Google, RIMM just because everyone sports it at the local happy hour etc. Some of you guys never even thought out any of these decisions, never read the 10-Q and just decided to hop aboard with the rest of the bucket shop traders. Yet you same traders are not willing to jump aboard Amazon which had a great conference call and where the possibility of a buyout by Google or Yahoo is so real. I laugh at you guys in the Apple threads who wonder why your Apple stock is tumbling on high volume. Come on, this was all about some guy in jeans holding up a phone that isnt on sale yet and then a bunch of bucket shop traders bidding it up on 200X margin. This is the new economy where no one buys stuff at Circuit City or Tweeter anymore. They head off to Amazon to buy their electronics only stopping by Circuit City for a quick inspection of what they will buy on Amazon. The tech bubble days are over, long gone. Now its time to forget what happened with Amazon in the past crashing down from over 100 to the low 6s. I am now issuing a triple buy on Amazon and will not be wrong on this one. Amazon triple digits once more!!! Welcome in the new economy!!!