Jeff Bezos is an American industrialist, media proprietor and investor. He is best known as the founder of the online retail giant Amazon. With a net worth of  $193 billion, he’s the world’s richest man even after divorcing his wife and giving her 25 per cent of the wealth that he accumulated. Jeff Bezos stock portfolio depicts him as one of the smartest investors you will come across. It seems Jeff Bezos emphasis on investing is on buying innovative and unique businesses.

Besides the online retail giant Amazon, Jeff Bezos owns several different companies. Here is a deep look into Jeff Bezos stock portfolio.

ZAPPOS

Apparel and footwear website Zappos is an online shoe and clothing company founded in 1999 by Nick Swinmurn. In July 2009 Amazon assimilated Zappos in an all-stock deal worth around $1.2 million. Zappos was racked with data transgression where online hackies nicked away the personal data and statistics of 24 million+ users of the website.

IMDB

IMDB, an Internet movie database is an interactive space where you can find all the information related to movies,  video games, television programs,  plot summaries, personal biographies, and reviews by fans and critics. In 1998, IMDB was taped under Jeff Bezos’ stock portfolio. Jeff Bezos got his hands on IMDB for approximately $55 million. IMDB allows you to explore your interests in 4 million+ movies and entertainment programs.

GOODREADS

Website for bibliophiles, Goodreads is a  gregarious systematize website that enables individuals to search voluntarily amidst the portal of books and more. You can also create your library by registering books. Access to the website and application is completely free. In March 2013, Amazon conceded to take in Goodreads in the second quarter of 2013 for an unbeknownst sum. Amazon has formerly attained its competitor Shelfari in 2008.

THE WASHINGTON POST.

The Washington Post is a primary American newspaper that was accumulated under Jeff Bezos stock portfolio in the year 2013 for $250 million. Jeff Bezos private cooperation, Nash Holdings bought the 140 years old newspaper organization.

WHOLE FOODS.

Whole Foods Market is a quintessential organic mart chain. Home to fresh and healthy products. Whole Foods entirely sells commodities free from hydrogenated fats and artificial colours, flavours and preservatives. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Whole Foods is the biggest natural food market chain in the US with over 460 outlets. On June 15, 2017, Amazon obtained whole food markets for a whopping amount of $13.7 billion. There were a lot of positive changes made after whole foods were taken by Jeff Bezos. Changes like deduction in prices, two hours free delivery in some prime locations, elite deals and more.

KIVA SYSTEMS

Massachusetts based company, Kiva systems now known as Amazon robotics assembles mobile robotic fulfilment systems. It was integrated under Jeff Bezos’ stock portfolio in the year 2012 for $777 million. At the management centres and warehouses of Amazon, the company employs conglomeration-carrying robots.

TWITCH

Twitch is an online streaming broadcasting platform. Here you can stream into several communities and where people can come together to interact, chat and make their entertainment. Twitch mainly starts primarily for gamers. On August 25, 2014, the online retail giant amassed the leading game-streaming platform Twitch for $970 million.

AUDIBLE

Audible, an online source for audiobooks, educational, entertainment programs service was indexed under Jeff Bezos’ stock portfolio in 2008. Audible brings to you the audio genre of magazines, newspapers, television programs and many more. The tech giant owned Audible for $300 million.

FABRIC

Fabric is an online fabric store established in the year 1999. A wholesale supplier of garments, Phoenix Textiles Group initiated their first fabric website in 1999. Amazon obtained the online fabric website in the year 2008 for an undisclosed amount.

BLUE ORIGIN

Apart from the founder of e-commerce retail giant Amazon, Jeff Bezos is the founder of rocket company Blue Origin. The aerospace company set sights on colonizing the solar system and transfiguring space travel. Jeff Bezos inaugurated Blue Origin in 2000. Jeff Bezos every year caters his aerospace company with $1 billion via the revenue made from the sale of Amazon stocks.