As for Thursday's trading, the longer it lasted, the worse it became.
The shares are sinking as the company pulls guidance.
With a railroad workers strike averted, UNP still has much work to do.
The last time management sounded this positive at a conference, the following earnings report and guidance propelled the stock significantly higher.
The long side of the railroad stock does not look appealing from a technical viewpoint.
The risk is a retest and break of the lows in April-May-June.
This small-cap's name isn't revealing, but shares of the holding company for Wisconsin Airlines climbed this week.
Let's look at FedEx, and why I beg to differ with the headlines.
A trip to Necker Island may be a better investment here.
Be careful about drawing a comparison with dry bulk shippers and hydrocarbon names. They're two completely different undertakings.