Amouranth makes “no-brainer” $1 million investment in Twitch owner Amazon

Amouranth posing in Twitter pictureTwitter/Amouranth

Twitch streamer Kaitlyn ‘Amouranth’ Siragusa has revealed she has made another huge investment. This time, she has spent over $1 million on Amazon stock. 

As well as being a content creator, Amouranth has found many ways to help her make her millions, including building a very profitable career on OnlyFans and buying a 7/11 gas station.

However, it’s her stock investments that have really pulled in some mind-blowing figures for the streamer. Just some of her big-budget investments include spending $2 million spent on both Activision-Blizzard and Google stock.

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Now, Amouranth has plowed another eye-watering amount into one of the world’s biggest business giants-Amazon — the same company which owns Twitch.

Amouranth talks about Twitch at home.YouTube: Amouranth
Amouranth claimed that there was a lot at stake in making the purchase, but ultimately it was a “no brainer.”

Amouranth buys 500 shares of Amazon stock

On May 11, Amouranth tweeted that she had bought “500 shares” of Amazon stock. With each share being priced at $2169, the streamer claimed she spent a total of $1,084,000 on the purchase.

“Will be bumpy but like this is a no-brainer for me (and I’m a dumb e-girl),” Amouranth said. “Doubly no-brainer when you have a 7 fig cashflow monthly coming in.”

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Calling the purchase “free money,” Amouranth stated she also has limited orders in place for her investments in Amazon, Google, and Microsoft.

When it comes to stock investments, Amouranth has a whole strategy in place to make sure she is making the right financial choices. She even has a “portfolio that does mid 6 [figures] on the dividends alone.”

However, she admitted there could be some worries from measuring the sustainability and ethical impact of the investment. Amouranth said: “It’s not at all what you would call ESG so let’s pretend it doesn’t exist…[be right back] going broke when I hit a wall or whatever it is the hater bois say.”

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Amouranth has added yet another big-name business to her catalog of investments which will help keep the money rolling in as she says goodbye to her e-girl career. Although, no doubt any profit she raises from the move, will go towards her new e-girl agency.

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