hoy me llego esto de una lista donde estoy (la web de hillary kramer).
que opinais? mercado hispano o europeo, alguna reco?
Amazon.com (AMZN). Let’s start with how more of us are doing our shopping: online. And the king of the cyber world is Amazon, which continues to grow in popularity. The Kindle was especially popular this year, and the devices actually doubled their sales from 2011 on Cyber Monday! We already know that AMZN has pricing power because of their scale and reach, but the company has become even more successful because of their execution of the growing Groupon style business. This makes the company one step more advanced because AMZN customizes the offers by “knowing” their customer and by having access to location. This is a website that is only going to get bigger and better.
FedEx Corporation (FDX): Now think about how those purchases will be delivered. That’s where FedEx comes in. Now, the preferred delivery may not be the higher-priced priority deliveries, but volume on the less-expensive slower delivery options should be robust. Those who are mailing their gifts are going to need a way to deliver them, and FDX will be one of the leaders.
Abercrombie and Fitch (ANF): Last, think about what’s popular. On that score, it’s hard to beat Abercrombie and Fitch right now. People love this store. ANF was one of the Black Friday winners, and what’s interesting is that they are an extremely popular brand that did better this year with less advertising, which means lower costs. This retailer is still the best of the breed with juniors clothing. Their less expensive, Hollister branded stores are also very popular.