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Union Pacific Corporation (UNP)

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246.27-1.35 (-0.55%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
245.04 -1.23 (-0.50%)
Pre-Market: 07:11AM EST
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  • S
    Sam
    This definitely has run up its course.... 100% up in one year.... wow! Time for a big pull back.
  • T
    Timothy
    $250 + Thank you!
  • J
    Josh
    The dividend announcement is late does anyone know if the next dividend will be in 2021 or 2022 ?
  • R
    RafeekB
    Dividend is increased by 10%
    Ex date is Dec 20
    Payable Dec 30
  • T
    Timothy
    All Time High,Yahoo
  • J
    Josh
    pricey
  • R
    Robert
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  • D
    Derek
    Congratualtions on UNP's dividend increase.
    That's an increase of 49% in jus 8 years! Very impressive!

    Well, except if you compare it to CP...which has raised it's dividend by 171.5% over the same period.
    Because it operates on actual PSR, instead of just boolshi++ing everyone about it.

    But not to worry. CP will not be maintianing it's 15% annual dividend increase rate. It is in the process of absorbing an enormous acquisition and expansion of service into the US and Mexico.

    So enjoy those juicy dividend bumps.
    Fritz is making himself....oh, I meant to say you!....you! .....very rich.
  • M
    Matthew
    this stock is 🔥
  • J
    JesseLivermore
    Looks like we're going to blast through $250 and push on $260 with ease.
  • W
    Wally
    Highest debt load (100% higher) among all the major Class l carriers in the industry.
  • T
    Timothy
    Is there no money in the Infrastructure bill for the Railroad ?
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Union Pacific reached an all time high at 246.80
  • C
    Canudigm
    Where’s the dividend announcement? Asking for a friend
  • W
    Wally
    Final warning: Overpriced!
  • D
    DICK
    Will UP be able to complete double tracking of Donner pass with fed $ ?
    Then they could close longer Feather river route east of Keddie
    and save alot of $ (maintenance cost)
  • D
    Derek
    "Union Pacific Railroad today announced additional proactive steps to reduce global supply chain congestion, helping restore fluidity for goods and products moving across the United States from West Coast ports.......
    .......Union Pacific is just one piece of the supply chain, situated in the middle between ocean carriers, distribution centers, and drayage drivers who control the critical "first and last miles." Although the middle miles remain fluid, Union Pacific believes it has a responsibility as a leading transportation company to support and facilitate fluidity at all levels of the supply chain."
    -----------------------------
    Wow...incredible.

    For starters, Fritz, CP Rail identified the linkage of ships, rail, trucks and customers as all parts of one, fragile supply chain almost 10 years ago, when it set out restructuring the company under PSR. It has been forging coordination and cooperation with all of them ever since, to achieve more efficiencies. It's a core tenet of PSR.

    UNP's last statement is a mealy-mouthed excuse....."we're not the problem, everyone else is".
    Buck passing. Finger pointing. It's not helpful. It's not leadership. And it sure as he!! ain't PSR.

    For 3 years, UNP simply implemented a cost-cutting program, and sold it to investors as PSR.
    But it is precisely this supply chain crisis that has exposed Fritz's lie.
    He was just peddling jargon, and everyone bought it.

    Forget about your year-end bonus for a second, Fritz, and get to work on REAL PSR.
  • D
    Derek
    To all on this MB - be wary of the Inverse ETF promoters. They pop up all over the financial MBs - doing their level best to incite panic and wide swings and downs by which they profit. Union Pacific (as previously stated) is a solid "tangible" company with "tangible assets". Long term investors (as most are that utilize MBs) mostly are trying to exchange "real" information regarding their solid investments - making decisions based on information about companies and their financial operations. This exchange is healthy and profitable.

    The Inverse ETF set are engaged in practices which capitalize on short selling and losses. This protocol is promoted and utilized by short term speculation as opposed to long term investment. Long term investors utilize protocols for conservative continuous returns - as many of you know - this usually involves selling moderate amounts in smaller increments in the future - or involves dividends or distributions (for MLPs).

    I'm putting this out mostly because of what I've stated before - the more we (investors) know - the more we all win.
  • B
    Bemo
    It's Friday and another gap up day. Very similar to yesterday, a large rising window. which closes as the trading day continues. Take what this market gives you. Maintain your core position, and swing-trade the stock as necessary. Nice price action this week, not bad for what analysts call a neutral rated stock. Long UNP.
  • D
    Derek
    And so goes another round of "missed it by that much". Wally Sparks (our Naysayer-in-Chief) is back again with his usual bag of talking down Union Pacific - only this time he missed the memo that Vena has been Chief Operating Officer since January of 2019. He's already in charge - primarily hired as a former VP of CN - to spearhead PSR. Reason #1 it's important to understand the history of an investment as well as current operations - and to be able to recognize spammers and slammers who's goal it is to cause volatility to bolster their speculative investment actions at every one else's expense.