General Electric (GE)
$6.63 0.23 (3.35%)
14:34 EDT GE Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $6.86
Market Cap 57.58B
PE Ratio -10.20
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 50.48M
Day's Range 6.60 - 6.83
52-Week Range 5.48 - 13.26
Dividend & Yield 0.48 (7.24%)
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Was CEO Larry Culp right to rebuild General Electric into an aerospace company? If so, investors should hold on to GE stock.
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Don’t let the cheap price of GE stock fool you: fundamentally, General Electric is a vulnerable company and recent developments don’t help the cause.
As the industrial economy continues to recover over the next several months, GE stock will rally in a big way.
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With GE stock reeling in 2020 and GE poised to benefit from a Covid-19 vaccine and the EV revolution, now is a good time to buy the shares.
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General Electric has poor fundamentals, has lagged the broader market and has a poor technical setup. I'm avoiding GE stock as a result.
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General Electric, American Airlines, Disney and Nvidia were our top stock trades for Wednesday. So, here's what the charts look like now.
General Electric is off its lows, but the business is not healthy. There are far better options that GE stock at this point in the recovery.
General Electric isn’t expected to generate positive free cash flow until 2021. How much should should owners of GE stock care?
General Electric has been busy restructuring its business, down to the lighting business that started it all. But investors should take it as a bullish sign and buy GE stock.
Standing by your position in GE stock won't always be easy, though in the long run, it might pay off big-time.
The near-term price action for GE stock will largely be decided by the airline recovery, potentially capping upside from here.
A CEO should be a company's biggest cheerleader, especially during times of trouble. With that in mind, what's up with GE stock?
Cisco's stock rises after Morgan Stanley turns bullish, citing durable earnings growth and valuation
From Seeking Alpha
With Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO) shares multiple discount to the S&P 500 at a 10-year high, Morgan Stanley upgrades the company from Equal-Weight to Overweight.Analyst Meta Marshall sees tailwinds in the company's "durable" earnings growth, flexible cash flow, and "opex discipline."Marshall notes that the top-line will face risks from the current macro uncertainty, but the environment is also driving increased networking and security demand.Morgan Stanley raises Cisco's price target from $46 to $54.
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