The house of card may not be the best of choices for those seeking a safe and secure investment in the future, but it is a good one, says one of its investors.
Jeff Bezos, co-founder of Amazon.com Inc. and the founder of the popular television show “The Good Wife,” recently wrote on Facebook that it was “very important” that his investment company buy the company and the estate.
He noted that Amazon, the company he founded in 1998, had a good track record.
It was worth $3.3 billion last year, according to the latest figures available, well above the $2.5 billion he estimated he would invest.
The company’s valuation had also been rising recently, as investors began to buy up properties, especially in the U.S. and Canada.
Amazon’s recent stock price rise has prompted some critics to say the company’s management should be more transparent about its investments.
Amazon, however, has defended the investments and has not been shy about publicly sharing some of its investments, including the $500 million it is paying to buy a stake in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
to buy rival e-commerce company Snap Inc. Bezos also has stakes in other companies that are valued at more than $1 billion, including Microsoft Corp., which he founded, and Google Inc., which owns the search engine and mobile messaging service Google+.
He has been a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, saying the President’s policies have negatively impacted Amazon’s businesses.
Amazon has said it is making investments that will allow it to focus on growth, such as a $2 billion investment in new manufacturing plants, while the company has also said it will increase its investments in education and research and development.
Bezos has said the investments will help Amazon “drive its growth and help create new jobs” and that he plans to use his fortune to help fund projects that benefit society.
The house he bought, the Amazon Islands, is one of several investments in the Amazon.co.uk shopping site that he has made since launching it in 1999.
It is one in a series of investments that Bezos has made in the United States in recent years.
In 2016, he bought the publishing company HarperCollins for $315 million and the digital publishing company Penguin for $250 million.
Amazon also purchased a 49.5 per cent stake in Time Inc. in 2017.
The purchase by Bezos came as Amazon continued to improve its online offerings.
He said the company plans to make significant changes to its offerings and will focus on the delivery of new content to its customers and businesses.
“The house of pain is a terrible investment,” Bezos wrote on his Facebook page.
“Its very important that we are able to build a sustainable business that serves customers and delivers results to our customers.
It will create many good things for us.
But it is bad for us in the long run.
This investment is not a good bet for the company.”