Per Goldman Sachs, investors should focus on capital investment and R&D, not stock buybacks.
For investors looking to play the retail sector, Zacks Investment Research highlighted three retail focused mutual funds.
Bullish patterns and nearby support levels on charts of key transportation securities are combining to create an interesting buying opportunity.
It's good to be Amazon. Not so these companies.
Trump previously accused Amazon of underpaying the loss-making U.S. Postal Service.
Packaging giant FedEx has sold off to the 200-day EMA and carved a descending triangle pattern that could signal a major breakdown.
Amazon is known as a momentum stock, with a P/E ratio of 228.79, but the stock lost its mojo last week.
Package delivery giant FedEx reports earnings with a market-neutral P/E ratio of 23.20 and a dividend yield of just 0.79%.
As a low-cost incumbent in the parcel-delivery business, FedEx will enjoy a competitive advantage over Amazon.
Analysts highlight UPS' dismal capex guidance and underinvestment over the past decade.