Union Pacific

Union Pacific Railroad is one of the six Class I Railways (US Department of Transportation classification) publicly traded in the market. It is the largest of the six and one of the oldest rail systems in the world. It is considered the grandaddy of railways.

Sold Union Pacific – 23.66% Return in 72 Days

Value investing is about buying low and selling high. The investor creates a model to set buy/sell triggers and exercises this program with investmetns. Back on October 29, 2020, the Railways Pool of the club’s Value Investment Fund purchased 114.9557 shares of Union Pacific at $173.98 each including a $1 per share transaction cost. In that post, the sell point was set at $215.17 which occurred this morning in the market. Union Pacific actually cleared $221 at one point this morning. 

The fund’s preset sell, automatically sold when the price hit $215.17. The fund netted $214.17 per share after paying a $1 per share transaction fee.

The return on the investment is $40.19 per share as follows:

56.67% Return on Investment: Union Pacific Railroad

Value investing is a principle of investing whereby the investor uses ratios and comparative analysis of similar investments over an extended period of time. In this case, I compared the six publicly traded Class I railways in the United States. Then based on the results, I exercise buy and sell points for each stock within the fund. In this case, Union Pacific’s prior peak (high selling price) was $188.96.