It's hard to find many analysts who are bearish on Amazon right now.

The company reported a third straight quarter of record profit on Thursday, and a 31% jump in revenue year-over-year, to $29.6 billion.

Amazon Web Services, the cloud-computing platform, continued to be its fastest-growing and most profitable business, growing revenue by 58%, to $2.88 billion.

Traders barely moved Amazon's stock after the earnings release.

But many of the analysts who cover the company seemed more enthusiastic.Here's a roundup of some of the commentary: View As:

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