General Electric (GE)
$6.73 0.17 (2.46%)
19:59 EDT GE Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $6.73
Market Cap 58.45B
PE Ratio -10.35
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 97.80M
Day's Range 6.58 - 7.05
52-Week Range 5.90 - 13.26
Dividend & Yield 0.48 (7.13%)
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General Electric's key businesses will rebound after the coronavirus crisis is over, making GE stock very attractive for longer term investors
General Electric will survive based on ample liquidity but the stock will languish. GE stock will rebound slowly, given its aviation and credit risk issues, even after the recession ends.
GE stock may rebound after a big selloff, but let's look for true high-quality stocks on sale, rather than underdogs that may never win.
GE is highly levered and that's exposing it at a time when investors are fretting about companies' ability to service debt and access capital. One of the best GE-related investments this year has been credit default swaps (CDS) traders use to hedge against debt defaults. Problem for equity investors is CDS are a lot like golf scores – you want them to be low. GE swaps have more than doubled year-to-date.
Even without the pandemic, GE stock was a challenging bet on an unlikely recovery. But given the economic damage, it's hard to have much hope for General Electric.
General Electric stock has come crashing back to earth, just as did in late 2018. Here's why GE could have big upside now.
The aerospace division will weigh on GE stock for a while longer, but it will be offset by a big asset sale and healthcare machinery demand.
With the airline industry taking a cataclysmic hit, there’s simply no way that the recovery narrative for GE stock is feasible.
GE has gone into a tailspin. For the most part, the company’s core businesses are highly sensitive a macro slowdown. This is no time to be bullish.
Below $7, GE stock is testing multi-year lows. And while the stock could and should rally, aggressive investors have better options.
A potential revision in FY2020 guidance can send GE stock lower. Attractive on correction with strong free cash flow visibility beyond 2020.
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Although continued panic over coronavirus would eventually cripple GE and GE stock, I expect the public to calm down within several weeks.
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General Electric CEO Larry Culp kept his 2020 outlook intact, but struggling GE stockholders might be losing patience.
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Though the turnaround in GE stock generated interest previously, the coronavirus imposes fundamental headwinds, potentially hurting General Electric's industrial units.
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