General Electric (GE)
$11.66 0.15 (1.27%)
19:59 EST GE Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $11.66
Market Cap 101.27B
PE Ratio -17.94
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 43.74M
Day's Range 11.61 - 11.80
52-Week Range 7.65 - 12.23
Dividend & Yield 0.48 (4.12%)
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On Dec. 6, General Electric announced that it would pay a one-cent dividend to shareholders of record at the close of business on Dec. 20, 2019. Here’s why the company making that dividend permanent could be good for the future of General Electric.
Reassuring news that General Electric was keeping its dividend should move GE stock higher. But, profit-taking is likely to occur first.
GE stock holders may have been disappointed with the decision to keep the dividend at a penny. But the new CEO is running a marathon, not a sprint.
The long-term bullish thesis on GE stock is easy. But the short-term charts offer many trading opportunities for both buyers and sellers.
Overall, it’s best to remain cautiously optimistic about GE stock. At this point, I remain neutral on General Electric stock.
General Electric is in a difficult market. Investors in GE stock should hope that CEO Larry Culp can successfully turn the company around.
GE stock is ending the year strong. And while the company is rallying, the roads aren't clear ahead. Here’s a look at a few big issues..
Manufacturing stocks go as the global economy goes, and the global economy is set for a big rebound in 2020.
GE stock is one of the top performing stocks of 2019. However, much of the stock's growth is based on Culp's future plans.
CEO Larry Culp continues his plan to turn around General Electric and boost the GE stock price, as he hired a new CFO to cut debt.
GE stock rallied sharply after its latest earnings report. It is not too late to get in on the rebound, when looking at 2020-21 prospects.
Third quarter earnings season moved U.S. stocks to all-time highs — and these 3 names look like the biggest winners.
By Thomas Niel
General Electric's turnaround is still in progress. But the recent rally in the GE stock price may already factor in success. All bets are off whether GE or soar or sink in its turnaround. I'm not willing to take that risk. But investors who believe that GE will not only survive, but thrive as a leaner entity, should consider buying shares today.
Ever since yields started breaking out higher in early September, value stocks have been on a tear, and this rally won't end anytime soon.
General Electric is up 60% this year -- its best performance since 1982 -- and this record rally for GE stock could very well extend into 2020.
General Electric is a turnaround play that is going to take time. But slowly paying down debt and turning losses is not enough to warrant buying GE stock given its high valuation.
Thanks to easing trade tensions, global capital spending trends are set to rebound, and that's great news for these five industrial stocks.
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