The giant transportation company FedEx (FDX) is bottoming on the charts. In May FDX was trading around $315 or so, and it declined to the $220 area by early October (see the chart below). Prices rallied into November and then pulled back into early December. If we consider the recent pullback a "retest" of the October low, we should be constructive on the stock.
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