General Electric (GE)
$8.77 0.03 (0.34%)
14:04 EDT GE Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $8.80
Market Cap 76.17B
PE Ratio -13.49
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 20.38M
Day's Range 8.64 - 8.85
52-Week Range 6.66 - 12.81
Dividend & Yield 0.48 (5.47%)
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GE stock is slowly benefiting from a financial turnaround, but it has much further to go. If projections come true GE stock will be cheap. But its progress is not shown well.
Larry Culp is moving GE workers to a 401(k) retirement plan and hoping to hire new managers who can get General Electric out of the ditch its investments in fossil fuels put it in.
Although GE has many ambition plans to deleverage its organization, the overriding challenges along with poor economic conditions present rough waters for General Electric stock.
General Electric stock needs to have new growth opportunities boosting it to truly turn things around. One year into his job, CEO Larry Culp is doing this.
Young investors can leverage their extra time to bet on high-growth stocks that are likely to jump on developing trends.
After one year, the case for investing in General Electric stock remains uncertain but continues to slowly show signs of improvement.
No one will confuse General Electric stock as a safe, conservative investment. That said, GE is extremely susceptible to emotional trading. So far, this has dropped valuations, but positive news could also swing the stock the other way.
Although General Electric stock has a tough hill to climb, the industrial giant’s wind turbine technology has serious potential.
The rebound effort General Electric stock was trying to make a few weeks ago petered out. The one that last will likely be built on a more aggressive acquisition strategy.
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Just hold your nose and buy GE stock while it's still historically cheap.
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GE's massive debt pile adds too much risk to make General Electric stock a worthwhile investment option right now. I'd avoid GE stock.
Owners of Shopify stock have watched it lose over $100 since late August. Meanwhile, GE stock keeps quietly working on a comeback.
General Electric stock trended lower recently but is starting to bring in bulls again. The strong CEO leadership is apparent in reviving GE.
Each one of these depressed and beaten up penny stocks has a unique opportunity to explode higher over the next few years.
GE stock is broken and the company is badly bruised, but it is undergoing renovations. So investors can bet on its recovery.
As investors waited for the Federal Reserve's announcement, the question of Nvidia stock's latest gains were a popular topic.
The owners of GE stock should be nervous about the news that the company sold asbestos to its workers in Canada. The issue could become a big problem for General Electric stock.
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