In the debut of a new segment called "Adami's Analysis", Guy goes behind the scenes at the UPS Center in New York City to find out if the world's largest packaging company can deliver fast money to your portfolio!
Guy Adami explains that UPS delivers about 15.6 million packages a day, nearly 2 million of which go to foreign countries. And on September 14th Credit Suisse gave the company an outperform rating based on their international margin expansion and growth in Asia.
He adds the company hedges energy risks and has special technology which allows drivers to take the most concise routes. Both initiatives save money, he says.
Guy Adami tells the panel he really likes UPS stock for three reasons.
* International Growth
* Energy Hedging
* Union Contracts
And 90 days before Christmas, Guy likes that Amazon is a huge customer of UPS.
On a related note, Guy expects to see a relief rally in Fedex (FDX) on Thursday. He says get out of this stock at $110. (It’s worth noting on Wednesday Sept. 19th FDX closed at $107.51)
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