Also, shipper ZIM Integrated is a cash machine right now.
Monday's drop is allowing investors the chance to buy a dip.
In what must seem to be a somewhat stunning solution, several mass retailers have taken the margin pressuring step to charter smaller ships and reroute cargo.
Traders have been buying dips to the $25 area the past few months.
Rather than futures contracts, I usually stick with the companies.
Let's check out the charts and indicators.
Here we'll revisit Heartland Express after a slight dip -- and discover why it's probably even more valuable now.
I'm downgrading FDX to a 'sell' and plan to exit the name.
When I first wrote about KNX it was under $44 -- look where it is now and what appears down the road for investors.
On the upside, here's the area for our first price target.