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Not since November 2011 had General Electric Company (nyse:GE) stock traded below $15. But GE stock has done so this week, as its long decline continues. Intuitively, I understand why investors might be intrigued by GE stock at the moment. General Electric stock has fallen by almost half over the past ...
Linda Boff, the company's marketing chief, now leads learning and culture, including GE's Crotonville management development institute. February 9, 2018. Ashley St. John,. Linda Boff is General Electric's vice president of learning and culture and chief marketing officer. Photo courtesy of General Electric. General Electric ...

In the industrial sector, Emerson Electric (EMR) and General Electric (GE) appear to be moving in opposite directions. For example, Emerson Electric has a long history of steady dividend growth. Emerson is a Dividend Aristocrat, a group of 53 companies in the S&P 500, with 25+ consecutive years of ...
An employee inspects a turbine seal inside the General Electric Co. power plant in Veresegyhaz, Hungary, on June 13, 2017. (Akos Stiller / Bloomberg). atherine Chiglinsky, Brandon Kochkodin and Richard CloughBloomberg. John Flannery hardly needs any more headaches. But at a time when General Electric is facing ...
General Electric Company (nyse:GE) market capitalization at present is $135.64B at the rate of $15.27 a share. Most of the active traders and investors are keen to find ways to compare the value of stocks. The price-to-sales ratio offers a simple approach in this case. They just need to take the company's ...
A company like GE will be fairly priced from a market perspective most of the time. Therefore, it is all about personal taste and risk-reward. I discuss what GE's intrinsic value would be for me, and the risk-reward scenario investors can expect. The rewards might come from growth, while the risks could come ...

There has been talk in recent times that General Electric (nyse: GE) might have to cut the dividend to zero from $0.12 a share quarterly, and even raise new equity to repair its stretched balance sheet. Of course, after a 55% drop to $14.9 from a multiyear closing high of $32.88 in mid-2016, anything could ...
General Electric's management team has done well to position the company in such a way that it can benefit from this transition. This is especially true of the wind market, where a lot of the growth has been for the energy space. In the years to come, continued adoption of wind turbines for the purpose of ...
The markets are a mess right now, and General Electric Company (nyse:GE) is no exception. General Electric stock started the year off hot, but a rather confusing earnings report at the end of January left investors with more questions than answers. GE also announced an SEC probe into the company's ...
GE is ground zero for one of the most spectacular destructions of wealth in corporate history; the troubled conglomerate has lost a staggering $445 billion in market cap since 2000. Sentiment is exceedingly negative surrounding GE, and most market participants are concerned with what shoe may drop next ...
Last week's 4% drop in the markets will catch perma-bulls off guard for good reason: the market did not have any major correction in nearly two years. On its steep journey up, the S&P 500 (spy) Index fell just three times since 2015. After breaking out of its range at the end of 2016, the index rose around ...
The Federal Reserve is now telling Wells Fargo that it must replace some of its Board of Directors because the directors are "failing to oversee the bank." Recently, the General Electric Board of Directors has been accused of the very same thing, but there is no regulator to require changes in the board.
General Electric disclosed on Jan. 24 that the Securities and Exchange Commission had begun an investigation of the company's accounting practices. The announcement most likely means there will be a deep dive into the conglomerate's books and records, a process that will take months -- if not years ...
investors continue to sell shares of General Electric (GE) as new issues creep up and legacy issues continue to cloud the company's future. Shares have dropped 8% this year, now trading around the $15 per share level. This as the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 have gained over 4% in ...
The response of GE's new management and the sell-side analyst community have made matters worse for the stock near term. An objective analysis reveals a stock that is worth $21 per share. The biggest risk to GE's value is potentially poor decisions to buy and sell businesses at the wrong times and for ...
The market perceives General Electric to be a downward spiraling business with little in the way of resources to help it. While there are legitimate concerns that warrant consideration by investors, a doomsday scenario or continued grind lower looks unlikely. In addition to cash, the business has significant ...
General Electric (nyse:GE) reported Q4 revenue of $31.4 billion and EPS of -$1.23. The company missed on revenue and earnings, but gave expected adjusted earnings for 2018 of $1.00-1.07, which was similar to a consensus of $1.06. However, its reserving practices for long-term care policies could be ...

"We believe the chances that GE could be removed from the Dow are increasing as GE continues to face substantial challenges," Deutsche Bank analyst John Inch wrote Wednesday. As one of the original members of the 30-member index, General Electric has been a component of the Dow for more than ...
The company's aviation business shows solid potential, but poorly performing segments continue to drag GE down. Its valuation is reasonable given the troubled situation of the company, yet poor management decisions may pave the road for a lower stock price. Although GE may recuperate in the grand ...
General Electric falls short in fourth quarter but offers stronger 2018 outlook. General Electric reports fourth-quarter earnings that miss Wall Street estimates. GE says cash performance was better than expected. The company removed $1.7 billion in structural costs in 2017, and it's targeting more than $2 ...
General Electric shares broke briefly below $16 after Bank of America Merrill Lynch downgrades the company to neutral from buy. The stock fell to a six-year low Friday. Our outlook "reflects lower earnings estimates, zero equity value assigned to GE capital, and lower value assigned to GE Digital initiatives ...
GE is down another 2.7% to a 6.5-year low of $16.87 as investors price in another dividend cut and remain unconvinced a break-up will yield any incremental value. Sitfel's Robert McCarthy yesterday added his voice to that contingent, assigning zero value to GE capital in light of "seemingly permanent" ...
GE: There Is No Joy In Mudville. Jan.18.18 | About: General Electric (GE) · Out of Ignorance. Long only. Get email alerts. Summary. Data point one - $15 billion in contributions to insurance subsidiary. Data point two - $3.4 billion tax reform charge. Data point three - upcoming quarterly EPS will come in at lower end of total ...
We think with a fresh look GE deserves to be in the portfolio." John Flannery succeeded Jeff Immelt as General Electric's CEO in August. Nygren said his fund owns more shares of General Electric after some buying and selling, but it is a smaller percentage of its portfolio compared with last October. General ...
The "vision" that is being presented by General Electric leadership seems to fall short in terms of "credibility." General Electric is an industrial conglomerate, but the more we learn about its operations, it appears that its performance in recent decades has been based on financial engineering, not production.
There are too many unknowns at the moment to make GE a viable investment, CFRA research analyst Jim Corridore says. Gene J. Puskar/AP. General Electric Company (nyse: GE) is flirting with new multi-year lows as investors now have less clarity than ever about where the company is headed next.
General Electric (nyse: GE) chief executive John Flannery was unequivocal on Tuesday when the ailing industrial behemoth announced one-off charges that will impact GAAP earnings rather than adjusted income figures against which GE provides guidance. As I argued previously, when I assumed GE ...
You guys long General Electric (GE - Get Report) ? Really? No way. Me too. Okay, gang, just what the heck are we going to do about that? It's never good when you think a company has made permanent positive changes based on a top-down revue of the entire firm that takes months. It cut the dividend. You understand.
That's right, no less than uber-bear C. Stephen Tusa didn't see this charge coming. "At a simple level, we had assumed $4-5 B, and $15 B represents ~7% of incremental standing equity value, which we believe should have been the reaction, assuming the market had discounted something," he wrote in a ...
General Electric is likely breaking up its businesses as early as this spring, and Wall Street is scrambling to evaluate which parts of the company have the legs to stand alone. Meanwhile, the sky continues to fall for GE, and its value is going with it. Shares dropped 4 percent on Wednesday to just above $17, ...
With revenue of $26.83 billion in 2016, the segment is at the heart of General Electric's operations, but concerns over its future is a large part of what's weighing the company down. Despite continued sales growth and a history of attractive margins, Power really could dim the conglomerate's prospects in the ...
It seems like everybody and their brother has been proselytizing as to the future of General Electric (nyse:GE) over the past few weeks. A quick review on Seeking Alpha reveals that a total of 36 articles have been published on the company since December 4th, or a little more than one every working day.
The stock market is in the midst of one of the hottest bull run's ever, but General Electric is being left out in the cold. The Dow's oldest component has had a rough go at it. On Wednesday, it suffered its worst three-day decline since mid-November. For one market watcher, the reason for the sell-off is clear: ...
General Electric's profligate past is haunting its future. A fresh $6.2 billion post-tax charge relating to reinsurance -- a business the company left over a decade ago -- shows the challenge of managing a conglomerate. As the chief executive John Flannery struggles to reshape the $163 billion company, ...
General Electric logo Perigon wealth management LLC lowered its stake in shares of General Electric (NYSE:GE) by 25.1% during the second quarter, according to its most recent disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The firm owned 139,723 shares of the conglomerate's stock after ...
The NEW GE Power Faces An Uncertain 2018. Dec.31.17 | About: General Electric (GE) · James Coleman. Special situations, value, long/short equity. Get email alerts ...
I hate loving General Electric (GE), its like an ex boyfriend/girlfriend that broke your heart. Each time you go back, you tell yourself it will be different... they have changed! Yet every time you go back, they break your heart again. This has now happened to me twice with GE. In 2008, I was riding high, having ...
General Electric (GE) is a company that I have closely followed since 2014, and it would be an understatement to say that the stock performance for this storied industrial conglomerate has been a major disappointment in 2017. So far this year, GE shares have underperformed the broader market by 63 ...
With General Electric (GE), the company may have earned an exception to this general rule. GE has a pension shortfall and problems from insurance that will keep its shareholders awake at night. Unsurprisingly, analysts are downgrading the stock to minimize the damage to their reputation. Even though ...
GE capital will likely not be a meaningful source of cash over the coming years, and lack of buybacks means lower demand for GE's shares. Retail investors will likely give up in increasing numbers, which could result in more downwards pressure over the coming weeks. In the long run the story might be ...
General Electric Company's GE leading gas turbines in Pakistan produced power way below the maximum capacity this summer. Several power executives and officials of the country mentioned that the turbines had operational issues like long outages and production delays. Over the last month, General ...
This is the time to watch how this story develops and do nothing at all, if you are not invested. If you are invested, get out. General Electric (NYSE: GE) shareholders would do well to cut their paper losses and look elsewhere for value. Here's why.
General Electric (GE) had a rough 2017 as the company undergoes transition and its shares have lost about 40% in the past year. In August, its longtime CEO Jeffrey Immelt stepped down and was replaced by John Flannery, a GE veteran who was the CEO of GE healthcare. Three months later, CEO ...
A number of factors have hit General Electric in the past few months. The first major issue was the third quarter performance report showed that EPS was projected to be $1.05-1.10, down from the estimated $1.60-1.70 that was reported in the second quarter. While most of General Electric's segments were ...
2017 has been one of the most painful years for GE shareholders with both capital losses and a big dividend cut. However, history suggests that General Electric is going to rebound with the help of sky high economic sentiment and company-wide cost reductions. Both the stock and fundamental ...
One company, however, snuck up on all the others to take the title: General Electric, a 125-year-old blue chip, garnered the most complaints from readers. ... FILE PHOTO: The logo of General Electric is shown at their subsidiary company GE aviation in Santa Ana, California, U.S. on April 13, 2016.
General Electric's shares have been trending lower since the end of 2016, but the sell-off really accelerated when the company released its third quarter 2017 results, which were a huge miss versus analyst expectations. Even before the disastrous results were released, it was apparent that the company ...
General Electric (GE) is a company that I have closely followed since 2014, and it would be an understatement to say that the stock performance for this storied industrial conglomerate has been a major disappointment in 2017. So far this year, GE shares have underperformed the broader market by 63 ...
I hate loving General Electric (GE), its like an ex boyfriend/girlfriend that broke your heart. Each time you go back, you tell yourself it will be different... they have changed! Yet every time you go back, they break your heart again. This has now happened to me twice with GE. In 2008, I was riding high, having ...
U.S. stock futures are heading higher this morning, as Wall Street looks to economic data and rising energy prices for inspiration. Crude oil futures are trending higher this morning after U.S. inventory data yesterday revealed an unexpectedly large decline in supply last week. Meanwhile, weekly jobless ...


 

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