UPS (NYSE:UPS) is a well-managed company, but UPS stock has seen better days. Like everything else, the package delivery company’s future is cloudy thanks to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Even so, I remain optimistic about the company’s long-term prognosis, however rough the short-term is going to be.Source: Sundry Photography / InvestorPlace – Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThree years ago, Wall Street sent UPS shares into the “penalty box” after CEO David Abney committed the crime — at least in the eyes of short-term traders — of investing $20 billion in the company. Some investors haven’t forgiven Abney for his action. Shares of UPS dropped off hard during the latter part of 2018, as Wall Street worried about the massive spend.Fast forward