Tag Archives: FDX
Posted on 16. Oct, 2011 by TheFreeInvestor.
I have been thinking about a good way to describe my portfolio strategy. When you ask ten investors about their portfolio strategy, you will get ten different answers about value, growth, income, core, and core plus etc etc. Most of these terms mean different things to different people and way too obscure for a regular [...]
Posted on 07. Aug, 2011 by TheFreeInvestor.
Phew… last week was a wild wild week in the market. It started with the debt ceiling drama and ended the week with worst drop since March 2009. The drama didn’t end there… late Friday S&P downgraded US debt for the first time in 70 years. You can read the details on almost every financial [...]
Posted on 10. Jul, 2011 by TheFreeInvestor.
If you have read any of the research reports from wall street firms, you will notice the use of financial models to estimate value of the firm and the target price for the stock. Financial models make us feel good and gives us the comfort in precise numbers and complex formula. The mathematical nature of financial modeling [...]
Posted on 20. Mar, 2011 by TheFreeInvestor.
Last week, I wrote a “Quick Look” post about FedEx. This week, FedEx published Q3 results. In a nutshell, management is optimistic about the outlook. The company continues to recover well from the recession. Global reach and power of the FedEx’s network is unmatched. Fred Smith, founder of the company, mentioned on the conference call [...]
Posted on 13. Mar, 2011 by TheFreeInvestor.
Few weeks ago, I added to my existing FedEx (FDX) long position. Though I will not call the current price of the stock a bargain, I think, over long run, the stock return will beat the market return. So, I am comfortable with adding more stocks of this dominant player to my position at current [...]