Union Pacific (UNP) is the company that will be forever enshrined in the annals of American history as the pounder of the Golden Spike that created the first transcontinental railroad.
Darlings of the investment community, the rails are indeed wonderful businesses – as long as you buy them at a reasonable price.
These lessons take you through a step-by-step process of:
- Understanding the company
- Collecting important data
- Analyzing and forecasting valuation driver best- and worst-cases
- Assessing future growth
- Understanding the option market’s assessment of the future price of the stock
- Structuring an option investment
- Planning a sensible asset allocation for a levered investment
Members are welcome to work through these lessons at their leisure and ask questions during one of the Framework Investing Office Hour sessions or electronically!
Information provided by Framework Investing, LLC, should not be used as investment advice. Framework Investing, LLC does not act in the capacity of a Registered Investment Advisor. For investment advice geared towards your specific needs, we encourage you to contact your financial planner or advisor.
Options involve risk and are not suitable for all investors. For more information, please read the Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options.
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