According to NextEarningsDate.com, the FedEx
Looking back, the recent FedEx earnings history looks like the image above:
The company has an impressive long-term earnings per share chart:
And with equally impressive revenue growth:
But earnings reports can often uniquely bring abrupt volatility to a stock, in either direction, as investors digest the fundamental details. And that volatility can be a stock options trader’s dream come true, so such traders will be interested to know that FedEx has options available that expire June 24th.
Visit StockOptionsChannel.com to investigate the FDX options chain on either the puts side or the call side, for further ideas.
FedEx’s current dividend yield is 2.00%, with the following FedEx Dividend History. Also, dividend investors should check out the following ideas for Top Dividends and Monthly Dividend Paying Stocks.
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