Ups Ipo Essay

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United Parcel Service

By Michael Vida Carmela Miele Salvatore Samà

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St. John’s University Undergraduate Student Managed Investment Fund

United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS)
Type of Report: Recommendation & Analysis Recommendation:

$58.40

Date: April 14, 2003

Limit order to buy 175 shares at $55.00 Market order to buy 175 shares

Industry: Transportation - Air Delivery, Freight & Parcel Services Analysts: Michael Vida - mvida24@hotmail.com Carmela Miele – carmela37@aol.com Salvatore Samà – samasalvatore@yahoo.it

Share Data Price - $58.40 Date – April 14, 2003 Target Price - $60.35 52 Week Price Range - $53.00 - $67.10 Market Capitalization - $ 64.644 Billion Shares Outstanding – 1.12 Billion Revenue - $31.272
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UPS’ non-package revenue, comprised mostly of its new consulting business, is the company’s fastest growing revenue, more then doubling in the last 3 years. The fundamental analysis of UPS, relative to the industry and their competitors, demonstrated strong competitive performance. Our Technical analysis also indicated positive results and our valuations show that UPS stock is undervalued. For these reasons, we are confident that UPS will serve as a strong asset in the Student Managed Fund Portfolio

Company Overview1 United Parcel Service was founded in 1907. It has locations in the United States as well as around the world. Its corporate headquarters is located in Atlanta, Georgia. UPS is the world’s largest package distribution company delivering more than 13 million documents and parcels every day and generating revenues of more than $27 billion a year. UPS is also the world’s largest express package and document delivery company, delivering more packages in two days or less that are tracked and guaranteed than any other company in the industry. It serves more than 200 countries and territories. The company operates in five international regions: Europe/Middle East & Africa; Asia Pacific; Latin America/Caribbean; Canada and the United States. The company is broken down into several divisions because of this. These divisions include UPS Air Cargo, UPS Aviation Technologies,…

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