This One Stock Is Now the Market’s Biggest Discount

It’s hard to find value in a market that’s setting new highs day after day…

But today, I’ve done just that.

I’ve been bargain hunting in the shipping sector – which is currently trading at a discount to the S&P 500.

Specifically, the S&P 500 trades at 20X 2022 earnings.

But shipping companies like XPO Logistics (NYSE: XPO) and United Parcel Service (NYSE: UPS) trade at just 17X 2022 earnings – a much lower rate.

With that in mind, let’s look at performance…

Over the last 52 weeks, the S&P 500 has gained 33.99%, XPO has gained 40.79% and UPS has gained 24.18%.

But nothing on the market right now compares to the value that’s available to you from FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX).

Get this…

As you read this, FDX is trading at 11X earnings, making it around half as expensive as the S&P, relative to earnings. Not only that, but the stock is also down 8% thus far in 2021, enhancing its value even further.

To me, this makes FDX one of the cheapest stocks on the market right now.


Action Plan: If you want value, upside potential and the safety of one of the best-run companies on the planet – all rolled up into a single trade – then nothing right now compares to the opportunity you have with FedEx. I consider the shares a great buy at current levels – with a $300 price target by the first quarter of 2022.

NOTE: This morning, War Room members used this thesis to hit a winning trade on FDX. Are you ready to join us? If so, click the invitation below to see what being inside The War Room can do for you.

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  • Members locked in double-digit gains on FDX this morning. In the never-ending search for value in this market, the logistics sector looks like a bargain.
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