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(11/29) Tuesday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

2022-11-29 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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How Nobody Cares That Delivery Companies Are Firing Before Black Friday?

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Pessimism continues to spread amid midterm elections, this U.S. economic barometer is thundering again

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Global Warming Solutions, Inc. Shareholder Update on 2-in-1 Sodium Battery and Hydrogen Generator System Development

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Big earnings week!

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Is there such a thing as too much diversification?

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FedEx crashed

Amazon and UPS: Is The Great Split Finally Here?

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Recap of the bloodbath so far

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7 Things to Watch

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Donald Trump’s Spac changes address to mailbox at UPS store - Latest sign blank-cheque vehicle is trying to preserve cash as it struggles to push through deal

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Invest in UPS Store PO Boxes

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Next up for US unions: Major contracts for 700,000 workers

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Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning September 19th, 2022

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Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning September 19th, 2022

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What happened with FedEx last night?

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Fed Ex Drops 16% After Hours

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Most advantageous move ahead of a potential US rail strike?

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US Rail workers are set to strike Friday. What are some good bets on this?

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DD - Arrival (ARVL) is due for Start of Production Announcement by end of Q3

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AVYA, The Mother of All DDs

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AVYA, Extremely Undervalued and Short Squeezable

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WKHS Catalyst...

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How did you originally pick your longest held and/or best positions? What did you learn from those picks?

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Does noone see this? ARVL

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$FSRD 21M float .55 today. Could go much higher.

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Earnings week? For who? Not me! Thanks a lot UPS, AAPL, META. Anyone know where I can buy Preparation-H in bulk?

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$FSRD Can we get another pop to $2-$3?

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$FSRD 3D printing with Next Day UPS 22% Institutional Owned &15% insider owned

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Earnings Reports and News for 7/26:

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Interested in ARVL

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Anyone still holding $FSRD

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Massive week for the markets...here's what's in store

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U.S. Stocks Poised for Lower Open on Monday

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Expected moves. Microsoft, Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, Meta, Shopify and more.

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Stock Advice: CAT

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$FSRD Time to buy?

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Upcoming union contract with UPS

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Westport (wprt)

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FedEx Calls Will Revive r/RedditIsland, an FDX Due Diligence

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SobrSafe Inc. - Addressing the $200B per year problem in the workplace

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FSRD- The Future is Now Old Man

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FSRD- The Future is Now Old Man

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Gates Foundation exits Alphabet, pares Microsoft, Walmart, Berkshire holdings

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United Parcel Service (UPS) Dividend Stock - Delivering❓

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What are your current best bets? Give me a name and time horizon (>1yr)

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What are your thoughts on UPS?

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(4/26) Tuesday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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Earnings for the Week of April 25, 2022

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Next week will be insane!

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Next week will be insanse!

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Next week's earrings will make or break the market!

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DD - $AMZN 2500 PUTS 4/29

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UPS might be a buy

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Discussion on jumia

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If you down on Sea limited $SE , you might wanna see this before you cut your loss.

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ARVL squeeze APES OPINION.

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UPS is going UP...Hopefully!!!

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UPS Partners with Jumia to Expand its Logistics Services in Africa

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Received small inheritance help??!

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EU links up electricity grid to war-hit Ukraine - Will it spike uranium and oil usage for Europe to be Ukraine's UPS?

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Fast Radius FSRD

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Russia-Ukraine war is worsening shipping snarls and pushing up freight rates ZIM is profiting as are any ZIM share holders... up 800% last year with dividend payout on top of it

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FSRD

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$FSRD Low Float and High Institutional/Insider Ownership

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Question about stocks

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For February 15th

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The insane potential of the NEW rumored Tesla App Store!

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My Greatest Shame > One of my Proudest Moments

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Tesla’s hidden BILLIONS of profit. The insane potential of the NEW Tesla App Store!

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Using regression analysis to forecast sales in a SAaS firm?

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1.6k to 20k+ UPS otm call on earnings

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1.6k to 20k+ UPS option call on earnings

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My Lossporn update! As promised

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My last 253, to 8k thank you $UPS $GOOGL paper handed $AMD still down 7k something YTD

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Why AMZN buying PTON is a home run.

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+$160K gain porn ($SNAP Calls + $SPY Calls)

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ARVL (arrival stock) is it worth it?

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Conflicted on $AMZN

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Arvl (Electric bus is the future)

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+$42K Gains in $UPS earning call. I'm up a lot this week! Loaded up $70p 200 contracts on ARKK

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Gainz from earnings this week. 🐻 And 🦍 plays. 💪🏿

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UPS CEO talks upbeat earnings, business model pivot, price increases, and hiring. UPS CEO Carol Tomé joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss better-than-expected earnings, hiring challenges, supply chain disruptions, and the overall outlook for the logistics company.

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FDX @67 billion while UPS @200

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Restructure Portfolio - What do you think?

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$TSP: A (tu)simple DD

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Will they take down ARVL stock? #ARVL

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UPS at 205 and FedEx at 255

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The "WSB Friendly" Ape DD mentality DD pt. 2 (The bears are coming)

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The "WSB friendly" Ape mentality DD pt. 2 (The bears are coming)

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Why UPS is sucking?

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Here you have great DD done on Sorrento

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I'm doing legal research & stumbled into this new lawsuit against GME that isn't in the news yet. A senior VP sued GameStop under Sarbanes-Oxley on Jan. 7, claims he was fired, silenced over reporting rising shipping costs due to ending UPS contract that will have a "material impact" on earnings.

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Sarcos Technology and Robotics Corp ($STRC)

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Is it possible my Roth is too diversified?

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How are the picks I’ve made for my Roth?

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Recs for long-term stocks to pass on to kids?

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Thoughts on selling UPS during earnings season?

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$BIRD - An ESG company that is ready to squeeze and has the right criteria

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Jeez even the brown UPS trucks were made by Grumman. War machines to mail delivery, they got your back 🇺🇸

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Well the numbers your seeing don’t exactly add up to whats in the trucks. In LTL business you can have many different shipments which are pooled together at hubs and then moved the distance that the Tesla truck is targeting. So yes when you see the tonnage numbers it doesn’t take into account for consolidation. FedEx UPS Amazon and all have higher shipment numbers but low weight per shipment. What you really need to grasp is weight and cube. You need to research truckload numbers and ltl numbers. US tonnage number don’t tell the story

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I’m all seriousness, this wouldn’t immediately replace long haul trucking, but companies like UPS , Amazon and FedEx would absolutely use this to run between their distribution facilities

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Have you tried to get a FedEx or UPS package delivered on time lately??? Guess is we need another 250,000 drivers

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I make my trades before earnings. I don't need to wait to earnings to know what is going to happen. Large investments are not hinged on earnings calls. Maybe hedge fund managers and investor like Jim Cramer who only know what they read. But I know the supply side of the business, the marketing side, etc. For example, when COVID hit I immediately knew there was an increase in technology stocks so I bought those up. When the lock downs started, I looked for retail stock that could stay open. Target could stay open because they sold groceries. I then checked on their logistics and learned the carriers were making routine deliveries to Target stores but the outgoing e-commerce shipments were more than could be loaded into a FedEx/UPS delivery truck. So I bought Target intraday for $89/share I believe in April 2020. I then sold it in July 2021 as the COVID cash was running out. I didn't wait for earnings. I knew the earnings would be a surprise and I'd make money. Whales already have earnings backed in by the time the earnings come out. And it's also trying to predict what the retail investors and other firms will do when earnings hit. The only thing I watch out for is unexpected information. Maybe somebody on the earnings call uses the wrong word. The finger is always on the button. Or maybe they use a word that people will jump at. When it's reactionary, I almost never hold a position for more than 3 days if I'm actively trading. In periods of certainty, I hold long positions. In periods of uncertainty, I hold short-term positions. And a whale, to me, is an individual investor, not a fund manager.

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I really wonder why Tesla didn't start with local delivery truck (UPS to beer delivery truck) sized vehicles. It would show proof of concept for a vehicle that only needs to go from the warehouse to the local delivery location and with it being electric, idling would not be an issue. Until the battery tech improves, the long haul freight still seems a little out of reach due to weight/capacity/distance. But this wouldn't be an issue for the smaller box trucks in urban/suburban environments. Crank out a bunch of fleet vehicles for local deliveries first then once the tech has caught up start transitioning the larger freight vehicles.

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Should we expect all manufacturers and Logistics companies(UPS, FEDEX) to flood TSLA with Semi orders? Seems logical as they are now delivering their first trucks.

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> Google has all that info Yeah, and anyone who's researched this at all can give you an estimate. Team driving isn't very common, almost no loads are just at GVW, and about 75% of trips are 250 miles or less. > If they’re going 70, you already can’t drive for 10 hours without needing a charge No one is allowed to drive 10 hours straight. The big restriction on how many hours a truck can drive isn't the fuel, it's the driver. Between required breaks and maximum hours during a duty period, trucks spend a decent amount of time sitting and waiting for their driver to be ready. The big hurdle to really widespread adoption is going to be charging away from destinations. Companies like Pepsi or Walmart or UPS have big factories and/or warehouses or depots that the trucks come back to every day. They can have charging there and make any trip up to 250 miles with no more chargers. They can also have chargers at a lot of their destinations, which means 500 miles trips are possible. Although again, many drivers will probably have to stop during a 500 mile trip just because they need (or are required to take) a break or won't be allowed to drive anymore during their duty period. Trips longer than 500 miles will probably be possible for a company like Walmart or Pepsi or UPS if they're delivering loads that are well below max GVW. I'd guess just with charging at the customer's location Tesla Semi could easily serve 50% of the market? It'll take years and years for Tesla to ramp up production enough to meet demand for 50% marketshare of new trucks. If the Semi gets anywhere close to that in the next few years it'll be a massive success. And long term nearly 100% of trucking routes can be covered by adding megachargers to recharger while drivers have to stop anyways. The big advantage that charging for Semi has is that trucking routes are much more predictable than regular retail car buyers trips. Tesla can work with customers to set up charging at the places it's needed most and is more efficient. And given the amazing economics of EVs vs diesel, I'd guess that most customers would bend over backwards to make it work. Tesla has more experience installing high speed chargers than anyone else in the world, it'll take time, but there's no reason they can't have megachargers covering a good percentage of long haul routes within 5 years or so. I could see Tesla Semis being able to replace 75% of all trucks on the road from a logistics standpoint, within 5 years or so? The bottleneck isn't any of the concerns you have, the bottle neck is how fast can Tesla build them. Once the first few customers prove out that the Semi can actually perform, there's going to be a huge waiting list for customers waiting to get one.

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I'm going to be adding a bit to my UPS position, I'm at an average cost of $169 but I'm getting increasingly confident it'll hit 200 by January. Relatively low risk flip imo

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UPS is very comparable to post office from what I’ve seen recently. All in the margin of approximately 25 cents.

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This guy is fake news UPS is not furloughing people

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How about calls on UPS because of the holiday seasons??

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If I loaded a truck like that at UPS they would take away my health insurance.

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I once had UPS put a package by my mailbox on the sidewalk instead of on my front porch. Someone came along (I could see them on my ring camera) and they brought it to my attention by putting it on my front porch. They did not open it, blow up the the doll and fuck it in my front yard hoping I didn’t find out… (ok, I will admit it wasn’t an actual blow up doll, but me saying they didn’t put on my new sweat pants isn’t very funny). You get the point OP… don’t steal money or sweat pants… or blow up dolls.

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UPS just did the same to me. Crazy weather, so it's not too out of line.

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Amazon in Chicago is still using the regular Dodge vans and whatever company makes the UPS/Fedex trucks. There was one image of Rivians being used in the prime fleet but I have yet to see one, on my way to work at 6-7AM an entire road that connects the Northside Chicago (Skokie) distro center to mainland Chicago is literally packed with Amazon delivery vehicles taking up the entire street all of them being ICE not electric (maybe Hybrid no clue)

Mentions:#UPS#ICE

The FedEx/UPS/DHL guys are all fit dudes who hustle to and from the truck. Meanwhile every USPS employee is walking as slow as possible staring at their feet while they question their existence.

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**UPS - Brown Delivers ™️**

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I invest in 10 individual stocks like Apple, Microsoft, Google, Lows, HD, Texas Instruments, UPS. Ones I know are stable to the consumer and world. The rest are ETFs SCHD, SCHB, QQQM and thinking now about SPDR sector ETFs. Dividend aristocrats/Kings are a good start.

It's so funny how everyone is shitting on the appearance of these things. Do they lack the sexy aerodynamic lines and tasteful detailing of a Fedex or UPS truck?

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https://www.cnbc.com/2022/09/26/trump-linked-spac-changes-address-to-ups-store-as-investments-pulled.html?&qsearchterm=dwac DWAC changes address to UPS Store lmao. From September, but still funny.

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Well..... Wonder who is going to air freight all those phones... Long UPS.

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While I wouldn't want one for OTR (Over the road) trucking, 500 miles range is just fine for 1 day drive out and make delivery type stuff, something I spent several years doing. Most days I would drive under 300 miles, multiple trips of taking a full trailer out and making 1-5 LTL drops around the area, with each drop taking 15-60 minutes while the truck is parked. I almost never put in more than 9hrs in a day. That leaves 15hrs for the truck to be sitting at base, plugged in and charging up for the next day. I just wish they would really focus on electric for things like all the Prime, UPS, & FedEx trucks.

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I’m sure UPS would be happy to hire motivated individuals who know how to work safely and professionally. Especially going into the holiday season + many retirements coming up for aging drivers. Amazon should get in front of this because a walk off would hurt them as well as UPS and looking around the corner, UPS may possibly have to deal with a walk off as well due to contract negotiations starting up this April with the Teamsters Union.

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Maybe they go work for UPS.

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UPS drivers make 41.49 hr at top rate - I don’t think $30 hr is unreasonable considering the amount of volume Amazon pushes. Perhaps they’ll negotiate it to $28 base and $35 at top.

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I'm surprised to find people think the brown shit box UPS uses is somehow attractive design.

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I think---and I'm just an asshole here, I don't know--that maybe they include their online sales in their Black Friday sales (not just physically what's in the store). Me. I make it a point to never leave my house. I didn't go to a single store but I bought a shit-ton online. Not gifts, because I don't really do Christmas or any other cunt-fuck religious holiday. I'm just buying stuff that I need/want and I can find good deals on. And to your other point, almost nothing I order comes in the mail anyway. What do the UPS and FedEx numbers look like I wonder. However, I have noticed a discrepancy in "the news". Most of what I have seen reported is that there are record Black Friday sales, but Bloomberg is called black Friday "muted"--whatever the fuck that means. I think that means not good. So hopefully we're not just figuring out that news is unreliable. I read somewhere that the average household savings is a mere seventh of what it was in 2020. Couple with inflation, it's hard to imagine people having that much money to spend. But maybe people are saying "fuck it! I'm gonna buy anyway" (maybe bankrupt the credit card debt)? Who knows?

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I live in what the US Census Bureau charitably calls the (Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers "Metropolitan" Statistical area)[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northwest_Arkansas]. Amazon has been using these exclusively around here for like a year now. Only UPS orders we seem to get anymore are third-party fulfillment/drop-shippers.

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Possibly. But a more safe bet is CNG and LNG. The majority of UPS semi truck fleets are already CNG and work perfectly fine. Trucking companies would be more likely to invest in a CNG filling station rather than a hydrogen.

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> only a matter of time. UPS and TruSimple have been running autonomous trucks on the road, delivering cargo (albeit in a pilot program) since 2019. No Tesla involved. https://futurism.com/the-byte/ups-self-driving-trucks It seems that they expanded the coverage of that pilot program: https://www.fleetowner.com/technology/article/21180303/tusimple-ups-top-160000-autonomous-miles-together-expand-to-east-coast I believe TruSimple was in some trouble due to some ties with China and went through some management changes semi-recently.

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UPS was slammed this past weekend in my area.

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No, what I said was that BEV is fine for passenger cars that sit around 95% doing nothing. I never said it was fine for short distance vehicles. BEV is not a great fit for revenue generating vehicles where the vehicles need to be available at a high up time rate. Taking a fleet of vehicles and installing charging infrastructure to charge all those vehicles overnight is a huge challenge and one that companies like UPS, FedEx and Amazon are facing and that the transit bus companies have already tackled and determined it wasn't worth it. Low usage vehicles would fit the same category as a passenger vehicle. For instance, a mom and pop shop that has a delivery truck. This could certainly be a BEV and H2 would likely be a really poor fit for that type application. Yes, I'm a firm believer that multiple solutions are the best approach and people that claim one is better than another for every circumstance just don't know the industry.

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EVs are estimated to be 40% cheaper in lifetime maintenance. Less belts, pumps, oil etc The fuel costs are also huge long term savings. In my area it’s $5.50/gal for gas and $0.11 kWH for residential electricity. Let’s spitball a UPS truck doing stop/go for 8mpg. The Rivian EDV gets 150mi on a 135kWH battery. $5.50 / 8 = $0.68 per mile $0.11 * 135 = $14.85 for a full battery / 150 mi = $0.10 per mile Someone check my math, I have brain damage

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They’re less stupid looking than those UPS vans, tbh.

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I ordered a new Computer and accessories online from Microsoft at 1130AM on Friday 11/25. Estimated delivery was to be on 11/30 at checkout. I shit you not, UPS was at my driveway at 1pm on Sat 11/26 hand delivering that order. His truck was empty and he looked refreshed. Never seen that from UPS here in the Midwest in the last 10 yrs.

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The odd thing to me tho is that at USPS we have seen maybe a 5-10 uptick in parcels aka I have an apartment route and only like 10 packages more I usually have around 110-115 and been having like 117-126. Don’t know how UPS or FedEx or Amazon are. But I know when ups and Amazon are loaded on parcels they contract us to deliver for them too. And if they’re not bringing us more than the usual then where’s the online orders? Store pick up mostly?

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It's like how can we make a UPS van uglier

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UPS is using an all electric local company here in Long Beach, think it’s a company from Los Angeles

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Work for UPS, Amazon drivers are slightly above Uber drivers. No idea about professionalism, safety, or care of company property. But yeah, a shiny coat of wax and make it electric (we have multiple and are inefficient beyond expectations) put your money down on it.

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In September, the company said it lost $138.5 million of the $1 billion in financing from private investors in public equity, also known as PIPE, to fund the merger. That same month, DWAC changed its mailing address to a UPS Store in Miami.

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Can confirm. Even when I have alot of money I act as if I'm poor and everyone treats me like shit and constantly tells me stupid shit like "hey, I heard UPS is hiring and they have good benefits"! Bitch I've ran a small business for a decade... who do you think bought everything my small family owns lol, it ain't all from fucking Santa Claus.. But it's good to know the snakes from those that actually root for you unconditionally (almost fucking noone). So you know never to give them a penny

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USPS delivers final mile for UPS. No way you think USPS is actually better than UPS…

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UPS. I already bought, so I need everyone else to buy so it goes up.

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Well, you can’t work at UPS dipshit.

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My plan is to work at UPS for the next month, make 3k and then bet it all on some sexy call options and make back all the money i lost over the past year with a 4 bagger.... No way this goes tits up

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My plan is to work at UPS for the next month, make 3k and then bet it all on some sexy call options and make back all the money i lost over the past year with a 4 bagger

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Instead of spending 17 years in school (Grades K-12 plus college), I should have just worked as a UPS driver. I would have been a multi millionaire by age 25.

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Bet on UPS because they own COYOTE LOGISTICS

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given the dude keeps talking about railroad strike in the call, I'm going off on a limb here and saying FEDX and UPS may take a hit. had packages delayed before from train derailments.

Mentions:#FEDX#UPS

Applying to be a UPS helper for the next month ![img](emote|t5_2th52|8883)

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Have you seen FedEx? I’m still struggling to understand how they’re in business. They are consistently late. Like I can’t get something from them in 5-7 days. It’s always 8-10, except one time when they delivered in 3, instead of 2. They are a zombie company. I’m not saying UPS is great, but at least they’re stuff arrives on time. USPS still somehow has them all beat, even with their funding cuts. It’s still somehow really precise.

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Best buy sucks. I ordered an apple 8 series watch for my wife because the starlight version wasn't available in the store. I just got the notification today that it was shipped UPS sure post which is some bootleg hybrid thing where they trade the package off the United States postal service. With a little research I also found out they only cover $100 insurance. I went on the chat feature explain my concerns with a disconnected on me three times with no response.

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Or maybe FedEx is just a badly run company compared to it's competitors. UPS and DHL seem to be doing a bit better.

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they cant compete with amazon gig delivery, no benefits. UPS/FedEx/etc are all unionized so they lose.

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Same, if anything says it is coming UPS I order elsewhere if I can.

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Amazon is literally advertising no interview warehouse jobs in my area, I think the issue really comes down to the private couriers being shit compared to your choice of pseudo-government postal service. When I see an international package coming UPS I am the opposite of excited, I spend my time waiting for it deciding if what I ordered is worth the additional customs cost and middle finger of a clearance fee from UPS. Meanwhile the same package would coast through with no/minimal duties if it was shipped Royal Mail, USPS, etc.

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Hydrogen trucks are extremely underpowered, and they tend to overheat a lot. Gross weight of a truck and trailer is about 32-34k pounds. You see Amazon and UPS trucks with CNG a lot, and they have packages, their load is 6k pounds max, so at best, 40k pounds, and they struggle to keep their speed going uphill over a bridge. Hydrogen is not practical what so ever for trucks. The most were allowed to weigh is 80k pounds in most states, some are more. These CNG trucks won’t make it off the yard if they’re 80k gross

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No no no it's: FE UPS CK CYB O WS BA

FDX UPS C KMB YUM OXY UNH WMT SO BAC ....I don't get it

Anyone else getting worried on Amazon? I know most of their money is AWS - but still seems overall they just have a growth mindset/story that I'm worried they won't fulfill. I'd say I'm an Amazon superuser. I probably spend $1000 a month on it for my hobby but I actually buy $2000 worth of stuff and return half of it. They dont charge for shipping. If you return something after you open it they don't care - I've done this a lot. Sometimes they say they never got my package but I just complain and I get all my money back. The UPS store I go to in order to do returns is crowded with people like me returning a lot. Is this all worth it for them? I just find it hard to believe they are doing job monitoring this - if they enacted a $1 fee for returns after the first five items a month I'd prob be 95% as satisfied and stop ordering so much stuff I dont need.

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Can you listen to me and keep an open mind here and just put Old Dominion up against FedEx and UPS and look at their growth and look at their metrics and look at a five-year chart and look at a 10 year chart and you will find which company is absolutely Superior. ticker is odfl, it's forming a cup and handle as we speak and you are welcome

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My portfolio is FedEx UPS Citigroup Kimberly-Clark Yum!Brands Occidental UnitedHealth Walmart Southern BofA

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Only small companies like PayPal, Home Depot, Etsy, Proctor & Gamble, UPS, Spotify. https://cloud.google.com/customers#/industries=Media_%26_Entertainment&products=Databases,Storage

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Well, UPS tracking sometimes shows packages going from LA to Phoenix then Dallas then Memphis then finally arriving in San Francisco.

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UPS is hiring

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Mine are AAPL, JPM, O, and UPS. I have 25% in single stocks, 70% in mutual funds, and 5% in cash. I have an investment strategy where i invest more in my mutual fund and buy 5-10 shares of each of the stocks every week.

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You can daisy charge the chargers with a battery UPS next to it.

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Puts on UPS. Prices for next earnings are just high.

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Temporary UPS driver for the holidays 🎅

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Consider applying to UPS. Good job, good pay, hiring right now.

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Very confusing business. It's a jr mining/exploration/technology company working in Quebec, headquartered in a UPS store in Surrey BC?

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I saw a few months back, there's a pill in the shape of the UPS badge.

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And a partnership between two different companies who operate in two different domains proves... What, exactly? That's like saying UPS knows all about operating web stores because they partnered with Amazon to deliver packages... Good grief are you really that dense?

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I think some of the FedEx and UPS rundown is Amazon taking away a large portion of their business with Amazon trucks

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Way back, UPS would do layoffs on Jan 1. No idea what they do now since it's been a long time. Also, this wasnt tech staff or drivers. The result was a holiday crunch till Christmas, followed by slightly reduced volume plus job uncertainty through New Years. Very stressful for many

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Donestic shipping costs are still fucking ridiculous. FedEx UPS

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Worked for XPO and Estes the past 4 years and have never heard of a stoppage in G Freight. Talk to many others from OD/FedEx/Pitt OHio/Saia/UPS. I will ask them about it as well. We were flush with so much freight and pickups during the pandemic that we had to do a self freeze at our terminal for pickups because we had more freight than we could move. Lasted a month. We were that far behind. G Freight still moved on timed, everything else got moved as we got to it.

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Where is this number from, last I checked UPS hiked their prices another 30 percent for ground shipments

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Oh, cool. So UPS can make our contract demands like we’re trying to steal from our customers. Their record profits weren’t enough?

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UPS/FedEx bullish

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Right? Our shipping costs are higher than ever for UPS and USPS. Fuel surcharges, delivery area charges and holiday season “temporary” increases. Nothing has gone down.

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Yeah, my UPS driver just drop-kicked my package onto the front stoop. Guess we're back to the "old days." lol

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Someone show this to UPS so they can drop their rates gahhhhdamn.

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I think u have to go on ur amazon account and print the return label then drop it off at ur local UPS!

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