NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of Adobe Systems (ADBE) and FedEx (FDX) have surged to all-time highs as both companies reported better-than-expected quarterly results this week.
Adobe ($73.08) rose 8% on Wednesday after the software company reported fiscal second-quarter earnings of 23 cents a share after the bell on Tuesday, topping analysts' average estimate by 7 cents. The company's cloud-computing initiatives to an all-time intraday high at $74.69 on Wednesday as detailed in The Street.
Shares of package-delivery company FedEx ($148.95) soared to their highest altitude ever after the company reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings of $2.46 a share early Wednesday, topping estimates by 10 cents. The company reported increased shipping volume in its FedEx Ground segment. The stock set an all-time intraday high at $149.37 on Wednesday, as covered by TheStreet.
The performances should not have been a surprise to readers of my past posts covering these companies, including my positive technical profile on FedEx on May 23.
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The weekly chart for FedEx shows that the stock is becoming overbought with a 12x3x3 weekly slow stochastic reading moving above 80.00 on a scale of 00.00 to 100.00, where a reading above 80.00 is overbought. The stock is well above its five-week modified moving average now at $141.42 vs. $136.68 on May 23.
What is an issue for the stock is that it has gapped above quarterly, weekly, monthly and semiannual risky levels. It now pivots at $142.30, $145.08, $146.82 and $148.81. Annual value levels lag at $97.95 and $93.02.