The shares of the shipping giant could trade sideways for a bit after reporting its fiscal fourth-quarter results, so stay nimble.
The railroad operator's charts indicate its stock is on track to reach higher ground.
The shares are now trading above the bottoming 50-day moving average line.
Here's where the stock may be headed.
The shares have been in an upward path the past 12 months.
Let's check under the hood.
The stock has doubled in the past 12 months.
Let's look at the Top 3 railroad names for dividend investors.
Temporary bumps in the market have shifted UPS' outlook into the slow lane, but I see this transport name barreling ahead soon enough. Here's why.
It appears traders of the railroad's stock have become aggressive buyers rather than aggressive sellers.