FedEx down $1.22 UPS down 10¢

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by traveler, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. traveler

    traveler Where next? Venice

    :crying: There are two threads on FedEx going ups much more that UPS. I didn't see anyone complaining about today's results in a down market where FedEx went down substantially when compaired to UPS. ($1.22 vs. 10¢)

    :wink: It seems to me that UPS is just less volitile on a day to day basis.
  2. ihadit

    ihadit Member

    Take a look at the YTD returns, matter of fact take a look at the total return over the past 5 year period; then come back and let us know which is the better company to invest in.
  3. michael

    michael Chicago area

    At this point I would have to agree.
  4. satellitedriver

    satellitedriver Moderator Staff Member

    IMHO, neither.
    There are far better investments out there than either can match.
  5. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    Value Investor Consensus Pick: UPS
    Charlie Tian, 06.07.07, 11:30 AM ET

    As GuruFocus updated portfolio listings with new stocks bought during the first quarter by the nearly 50 guru portfolios it tracks, UPS showed up as one of the biggest consensus picks. It has been bought by six gurus. Notably, it is also a position of Berkshire Hathaway, the investment company of Warren Buffett.
  6. Dand_E_Don

    Dand_E_Don New Member

    I guess they like that UPS at least pays a respectable dividend which has been on a steady rise the last few years.
  7. hoser

    hoser Industrial Slob

    omgz fedex stock up 4 cents up stock is down 3 cents let's start a
    thread trying to blame someone for it even though we have no qualification to talk about stocks. omgz gomz omgz

    why does this forum allow stupid redundant threads like these?
  8. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

  9. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    from AP

    S&P Volatility: Transportation Group
    Wednesday June 27, 1:21 pm ET S&P Transportation Group More Volatile Than the Market As a Whole
    NEW YORK (AP) -- As the first half of the year winds down, the transportation industry group of the S&P 500 has demonstrated less volatility than the index as a whole. The group has an average "beta value," or measure of volatility, of 0.99, which implies that, in theory, it is 1 percent less volatile than the market in general. Within the group, the highest-volatility stock is C.H. Robinson Worldwide, with a beta value of 1.07. The least-volatile stock is United Parcel Service, with a beta value of 0.75.
  10. over9five

    over9five Senior Member Staff Member

    "The least-volatile stock is United Parcel Service, with a beta value of 0.75."

    I wouldn't call that a compliment, or a plus.

    It's the least volatile because IT NEVER CHANGES!
  11. over9five

    over9five Senior Member Staff Member

    I would LOVE to see some volatility in my UPS stock.
    I'd love to see it do SOMETHING!
  12. mathematics

    mathematics New Member

    I don't know about you, but I receive a 10% discount on our stock as opposed to buying FDX. You make a 10% gain (not including the ever increasing dividend), if the stock price goes NOWHERE! I don't know about you, but investing in our stock in the DESPP with DRIP, is a no-brainer! If you leave it for 30 years, watch the wealth compound like mad. If you don't understand how stocks work, then please don't come in here to misinform.