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    scott
    Cowen analyst Helane Becker also rates shares Buy. Like Ossenbeck, she wants FedEx management to address the labor situation going into the seasonally busiest time of the year. Becker points out FedEx will be adding about 50,000 workers to meet peak demand.
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    J.C.
    FDX stock and market overall is going down. Dems about to announce their higher taxes to pay for all of their new marxist social welfare spending. They are going to increase corporate income tax rate, capital gains tax rate, individual income tax rate (includes small businesses who are the biggest employers in the country), estate taxes, taxes on stock buybacks, etc etc etc. Biden recently increased food stamp payments (SNAP program) by 25%, the largest increase in the history of the program! Dems also increased the monthly payment for each child you have from $200 to $300. Dems also didn't want to allow any property owner to be able to evict people who failed to pay their rent. They are also proposing that healthcare is free for everyone, as well as college. Biden also relaxed border controls and their are tens of thousands of people who have crossed the border this year, which we all know they take the jobs of our poor Americans as well as depress American wages and benefits. Their kids also end up in our public schools diluting scarce educational resources and increasing classroom sizes. They also end up in our hospital emergency rooms diluting and consuming scarce healthcare resources. Naturally, the fascists at Yahoo will delete this message.
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    CLINTON
    Price targets are $100 higher than current price and I will just buy and wait. That is a ~ 40% gain. If it takes a year then OK?
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    Steve Cohen
    Earnings beat will take this to $300! Please go read/listen to previous earnings call. They strategically called it out…don’t listen to the hedges! BUY!!!!
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    John
    Ok, I’ll buy some here.
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    grosser
    They had some interesting insights about FDX on (http://Stocks-tracker.com). Definitely made me think twice about the company.
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    Paul
    In looking to add another company to my portfolio, I'm checking out FDX. I've always liked the company and admired CEO and founder Fred Smith, but it concerns me when a founder who has built and run a successful company from the beginning nears retirement. Smith is 77. Thoughts?
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    CLINTON
    Bottom is almost in....bounce soon. Now we need high volume with move to upside.
    $255 and change is true support and I seriously doubt it goes there, but if it does, then it will not last.
    CURRENT PRICE
    259.69, just above support, 254.95 ± 3.57 type triple, strength 9
    SUPPORT BELOW
    -1.8% at 254.95 ± 3.57 type triple, strength 9
    RESISTANCE ABOVE
    +2.5% at 266.15 ± 3.73 type triple, strength 10
    +5.1% at 273.06 ± 3.82 type double, strength 4
    +8.4% at 281.51 ± 3.94 type double, strength 10
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    CLINTON
    And here we go again. From $320 straight down to $255 and change. Really? I think this has already corrected. Time for some up days.
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    PaulMG
    The Bears are right about FDX. . . if you are a TRADER; Bulls are right, if you are an INVESTOR. YTD return is 2.43%. 8 mos is a long time with no real return. But . . . "the longer the base, the higher in space". P/E is down to 13.66. UPS' P/E is still at 28.39. RSI teetering on Oversold status at 36.18. 21 Analysts PT $353 & 32.75% upside and 17 buys, 3 holds & 1 sell. UPS' upside just 9.81% with 8 buys & 8 holds and 1 sell.

    FDX Great 4Q: Rev up 30% to $22.6B; $7B in cash and L-T debt $20B; in Q4 CF 15xInt Expense. Great FYE 5/31/21: Get this, Rev and CF in YE 5/31/2020 was $69.2B & $5.1B then shot up in YE 5/31/2021 to $83.9B & $10.1B!!!! After a great year, UPS' failings resulted in a big drop in FDX's share price. FDX's ransomware and their thin margins & high CapEx are behind them.

    Catalyst for big pop could be as FOMO, runup to 1Q ER, actual release 9/21, or ?!?!? A Bull run is coming soon.
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    CLINTON
    Keep it low and I love the value. Nice, this is a buy here and anywhere under $300
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    Steven
    Many of the negative comments seem to be of disgruntled employees or people referencing the on time delivery rate.

    Although FDX needs to preform in order to keep up its reputation, it does not trade on those metrics. So while you reference the 78% on time “ground” delivery rate(what they are least known for) I will compare them to peers, profit margin and dividend growth rate and payout ratio.
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    Nate
    This is what I hate, I’m starting a new position on this and going to average in, but I know this is going hyperbolic after earnings.....
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    CLINTON
    Nice, catch the falling knife again. How many times will this company allow me to write puts, buy stock, buy calls? Then I cash in on any big up day.
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    Big Money Rif
    I would buy a little bit on these dips. FDX should rebound eventually.
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    Steve Cohen
    I am adding below $260
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    J.C.
    Stock split would really help the price by getting more retail investors involved and higher trading volumes. Don't understand why it's taking them so long to do it. They should have announced it when the stock crossed the $300 threshold. There's no reason for this stock to be trading at such a low PE given it's direct exposure to eCommerce, double digit revenue growth, strong free cash flow of ~$4B over past 12 months, integration of TNT is nearly complete, quasi asset lite model and largely non-union labor force that offers flexibility and lower cost structure than both UPS and USPS, and ability to readily embrace and adopt new technologies to streamline and reduce direct labor expense without having to negotiate with archaic and greedy union leadership. FedEx should be trading at around 18x forward consensus EPS, if not higher. FedEx needs to have the balls to continuously invest significant Capex to expand automation and brick and mortar capacity for the foreseeable future to handle the growth from eCommerce as well as take significant amounts of market share from both UPS and USPS. If they fail to invest the capital to significantly increase automation, expand capacity, and improve service quality.....there will be plenty of new competition who will be willing to do so as the Amazon's of the world have demonstrated time and time again. Time to put the pedal to the metal while UPS hunkers down and significantly reduces their Capex to "be better, but not bigger." FedEx needs to show the stodgy old UPS that they can be BOTH better and bigger, which should be the goal of every competent CEO and Board member.
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    Michael
    Buy when everyone else is afraid
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    scott
    Fed hopes to add 50k workers is more like it. Employees are jumping to Amazon distribution centers for better pay where Fed also has facilities. You won’t hear about that from FDX though.
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    johnkelly
    280 next