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General Electric (GE-N)

Last Price Recorded: $17.3500 on 2018-01-17

ON STOCKCHASE SINCE Oct 2000

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887
General Electric (GE-N)

Last Price Recorded: $17.3500 on 2018-01-17

ON STOCKCHASE SINCE Oct 2000

electrical/electronic

General Electric


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General Electric(GE-N) 

January 17, 2018

In the speculative portfolio he manages, he has taken a position in this. It was the dog of the Dow last year. When he was preparing for this show, it was trending nicely and was the 2nd best performer in the Dow this year. Now it is on its way to becoming another dog of the Dow this year. This is purely an asset play. He is looking for Flannery to move this company around and try to take advantage. All the negative news today has caused another downside of about 3.5%-4%. This is not in his core portfolio or his US growth portfolio, it is in his aggressive portfolio. Dividend yield of 2.6%. (Analysts' price target is $20.95.)

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In the speculative portfolio he manages, he has taken a position in this. It was the dog of the Dow last year. When he was preparing for this show, it was trending nicely and was the 2nd best performer in the Dow this year. Now it is on its way to becoming another dog of the Dow this year. This is purely an asset play. He is looking for Flannery to move this company around and try to take advantage. All the negative news today has caused another downside of about 3.5%-4%. This is not in his core portfolio or his US growth portfolio, it is in his aggressive portfolio. Dividend yield of 2.6%. (Analysts' price target is $20.95.)

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Mike S. Newton, CIM FCSI

Director & Portfolio Manager, Scotia Wealth Manage...

PricePrice
$17.350
Owned Owned
Yes

COMMENT
General Electric(GE-N) 

January 16, 2018

Probably the worst performing large cap in the US last year. They are so big and there is so much stuff in them that you don't necessarily really know what is going on inside. If you own this, it is probably a Hold, as he doesn't see much more downside. It sounds like there could be a couple of more pieces of bad news to come. Have some great assets long-term, and expects the company to get back on its feet, and march forward over the next 5 years.

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Probably the worst performing large cap in the US last year. They are so big and there is so much stuff in them that you don't necessarily really know what is going on inside. If you own this, it is probably a Hold, as he doesn't see much more downside. It sounds like there could be a couple of more pieces of bad news to come. Have some great assets long-term, and expects the company to get back on its feet, and march forward over the next 5 years.

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Alex Ruus

Portfolio Manager, Arrow Capital Manage...

PricePrice
$18.210
Owned Owned
Unknown

WAIT
General Electric(GE-N) 

January 9, 2018

This has been a huge underperformer for a number of years. There seems to be interest now because they have done so poorly. The new CEO has reduced guidance considerably. They are still trying to reshape their business. This is on her Watch List, but she is not tempted to get in yet.

electrical/electronic

This has been a huge underperformer for a number of years. There seems to be interest now because they have done so poorly. The new CEO has reduced guidance considerably. They are still trying to reshape their business. This is on her Watch List, but she is not tempted to get in yet.

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Christine Poole

CEO & Managing Director, GlobeInvest Capital ...

PricePrice
$18.560
Owned Owned
No

DON'T BUY
General Electric(GE-N) 

January 8, 2018

Had owned this when it was trading somewhat in a pattern, but it broke support and he got out. It’s at the very, very early stages of "possibly basing", because it hasn't had enough time to build a base. You need a few months of sideways, upside, downside, choppy look on the chart, and then a break out before buying.

electrical/electronic

Had owned this when it was trading somewhat in a pattern, but it broke support and he got out. It’s at the very, very early stages of "possibly basing", because it hasn't had enough time to build a base. You need a few months of sideways, upside, downside, choppy look on the chart, and then a break out before buying.

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Keith Richards

Portfolio Manager, ValueTrend Wealth Ma...

PricePrice
$18.280
Owned Owned
No

HOLD
General Electric(GE-N) 

December 29, 2017

This is a turnaround story. Management has come in and have done a lot of hard things, cutting the dividend twice in the last 130 years. They've gotten rid of a lot of management and a lot of costs. They are going to be selling a lot of businesses and paying down debt. They are doing the right things, but it is going to take time. He can see much more of an upside on the stock over the next year.

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This is a turnaround story. Management has come in and have done a lot of hard things, cutting the dividend twice in the last 130 years. They've gotten rid of a lot of management and a lot of costs. They are going to be selling a lot of businesses and paying down debt. They are doing the right things, but it is going to take time. He can see much more of an upside on the stock over the next year.

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Paul Harris, CFA

Portfolio Manager and Partner, Avenue Investment Ma...

PricePrice
$17.450
Owned Owned
Unknown

SELL
General Electric(GE-N) 

December 28, 2017

The problem with this company is all in their past because of the old CEOs attempts to turn the company around. There is a new CEO, and things are unknown as to what comes next. There are better companies out there he would rather invest in, where he is getting free cash flow growth on a constant basis. The dividend was cut, which is not a good sign of good cash flow management. If he owned this, he wouldn't Hold it.

electrical/electronic

The problem with this company is all in their past because of the old CEOs attempts to turn the company around. There is a new CEO, and things are unknown as to what comes next. There are better companies out there he would rather invest in, where he is getting free cash flow growth on a constant basis. The dividend was cut, which is not a good sign of good cash flow management. If he owned this, he wouldn't Hold it.

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David Driscoll

President & CEO, Liberty Internationa...

PricePrice
$17.360
Owned Owned
No

COMMENT
General Electric(GE-N) 

December 19, 2017

Has had a very tough go over the last 15 years. He hasn't been involved for many, many years. They had just been buying and selling properties that made no sense, and are just starting to get out of the hole. It’s been thrown on the value heap. There will be a time of resurrection, but you don't want to spend too much time with dormant or dead money before that Renaissance, which won't happen for a while.

electrical/electronic

Has had a very tough go over the last 15 years. He hasn't been involved for many, many years. They had just been buying and selling properties that made no sense, and are just starting to get out of the hole. It’s been thrown on the value heap. There will be a time of resurrection, but you don't want to spend too much time with dormant or dead money before that Renaissance, which won't happen for a while.

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Gordon Reid

President, GoodReid Investment ...

PricePrice
$17.590
Owned Owned
No

COMMENT
General Electric(GE-N) 

December 12, 2017

Hold or Sell? This has probably bottomed now, given that the new CEO has come in. He cut the dividend quite dramatically, and intends to sell more assets. Their core power business is not doing very well and will take a number of years to rectify. If you are a very long-term investor, and have ridden out the pain, it likely has bottomed and things can only get better going forward. Prefers United Technologies (UTX-N).

electrical/electronic

Hold or Sell? This has probably bottomed now, given that the new CEO has come in. He cut the dividend quite dramatically, and intends to sell more assets. Their core power business is not doing very well and will take a number of years to rectify. If you are a very long-term investor, and have ridden out the pain, it likely has bottomed and things can only get better going forward. Prefers United Technologies (UTX-N).

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Christine Poole

CEO & Managing Director, GlobeInvest Capital ...

PricePrice
$17.910
Owned Owned
No

COMMENT
General Electric(GE-N) 

December 11, 2017

Probably has a $1 to $1.50 of earnings power. At the current price you are paying 14 or 15 times. From a Value standpoint it’s fine. Airplane engines and power plants are not going away. He wouldn’t object to owning this at the current price, but would Sell it if it got over $22-$23 in the short term.

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Probably has a $1 to $1.50 of earnings power. At the current price you are paying 14 or 15 times. From a Value standpoint it’s fine. Airplane engines and power plants are not going away. He wouldn’t object to owning this at the current price, but would Sell it if it got over $22-$23 in the short term.

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Bruce Murray

CEO & Chief Investment Officer, The Murray Wealth Gr...

PricePrice
$17.650
Owned Owned
Unknown

DON'T BUY
General Electric(GE-N) 

December 8, 2017

Recently sold his position. They have exposure to some very good parts of the industrial sector, such as aerospace, power generation, renewable power, healthcare, etc. In spite of this, the company is not doing well. Cost control has not been great. The amount of debt on their balance sheet is significant.

electrical/electronic

Recently sold his position. They have exposure to some very good parts of the industrial sector, such as aerospace, power generation, renewable power, healthcare, etc. In spite of this, the company is not doing well. Cost control has not been great. The amount of debt on their balance sheet is significant.

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Veeral Khatri

Partner and Portfolio Manager, JC Clark...

PricePrice
$17.710
Owned Owned
No

DON'T BUY
General Electric(GE-N) 

November 29, 2017

A little concerned about the progress management is going to be able to make as they prune the portfolio trying to right size it. After years of growing by acquisition, focusing on energy and relying on GE Financial, he worries at a stock trading at this price and supposed to generate $1 in earnings. They’ve cut the dividend. There’s a lot of work to be done. It looks like the end markets are struggling. It’s probably going to take several quarters before the turnaround starts to work out. You really want to see organic growth before you get excited. There are better risks/rewards in other industrials.

electrical/electronic

A little concerned about the progress management is going to be able to make as they prune the portfolio trying to right size it. After years of growing by acquisition, focusing on energy and relying on GE Financial, he worries at a stock trading at this price and supposed to generate $1 in earnings. They’ve cut the dividend. There’s a lot of work to be done. It looks like the end markets are struggling. It’s probably going to take several quarters before the turnaround starts to work out. You really want to see organic growth before you get excited. There are better risks/rewards in other industrials.

electrical/electronic
Andy Nasr

VP & Investment Strategist, Sentry Investments...

PricePrice
$18.480
Owned Owned
No

COMMENT
General Electric(GE-N) 

November 27, 2017

It is shocking how terrible this company has been for shareholders. The balance sheet has always confounded him and the growth wasn’t there. They have some amazing businesses and should be making a ton of money on their aerospace division. Expects that over the next several years there will be a break up of this company with a spin out of different companies. It is extremely hard to analyse.

electrical/electronic

It is shocking how terrible this company has been for shareholders. The balance sheet has always confounded him and the growth wasn’t there. They have some amazing businesses and should be making a ton of money on their aerospace division. Expects that over the next several years there will be a break up of this company with a spin out of different companies. It is extremely hard to analyse.

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Barry Schwartz

CIO & Portfolio Manager, Baskin Wealth Manage...

PricePrice
$18.120
Owned Owned
No

COMMENT
General Electric(GE-N) 

November 24, 2017

Has a new CEO, and all of a sudden people are selling like crazy. The new CEO bought about $1 million worth of shares, which is a good sign. They are looking to sell off a lot of assets. Has a big debt load, so it would be good to pay it down. There are going to be huge changes over the next few years. A great company with some great components, but there are going to be some major write-downs coming, and that always discourages investors. The dividend just got slashed in half.

electrical/electronic

Has a new CEO, and all of a sudden people are selling like crazy. The new CEO bought about $1 million worth of shares, which is a good sign. They are looking to sell off a lot of assets. Has a big debt load, so it would be good to pay it down. There are going to be huge changes over the next few years. A great company with some great components, but there are going to be some major write-downs coming, and that always discourages investors. The dividend just got slashed in half.

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Benj Gallander

President, Contra the Heard Inv...

PricePrice
$18.190
Owned Owned
Yes

WAIT
General Electric(GE-N) 

November 23, 2017

Has been looking at this for signs of when it will be cheap enough and when there will be capitulation, where everyone throws their hands up. You buy this when there is blood in the streets. Chart shows it is still dropping. You want to see some kind of a spike in volume. Volume has been going up, but expects there will be more capitulation/selling coming in. With about $1 a share of earnings, it is still not cheap enough.

electrical/electronic

Has been looking at this for signs of when it will be cheap enough and when there will be capitulation, where everyone throws their hands up. You buy this when there is blood in the streets. Chart shows it is still dropping. You want to see some kind of a spike in volume. Volume has been going up, but expects there will be more capitulation/selling coming in. With about $1 a share of earnings, it is still not cheap enough.

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William Chin

Portfolio manager, Caldwell Investment ...

PricePrice
$18.150
Owned Owned
No

BUY
General Electric(GE-N) 

November 22, 2017

Recently sold this from his taxable accounts for tax loss, with the intention of buying it back after 30 days. A new CEO has come in and the market was disappointed, but he doesn’t know what they were expecting. You want a CEO to “under promise” and “over deliver”. Investors are looking for a CEO who will “overpromise” and “hopes he delivers”, which is not realistic. He isn’t upset that the CEO is under promising to start with. Thinks it is going to take 2 to 3 years for the new CEO to prove himself. His new clients are buying this.

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Recently sold this from his taxable accounts for tax loss, with the intention of buying it back after 30 days. A new CEO has come in and the market was disappointed, but he doesn’t know what they were expecting. You want a CEO to “under promise” and “over deliver”. Investors are looking for a CEO who will “overpromise” and “hopes he delivers”, which is not realistic. He isn’t upset that the CEO is under promising to start with. Thinks it is going to take 2 to 3 years for the new CEO to prove himself. His new clients are buying this.

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Norman Levine

Managing Director, Portfolio Management...

PricePrice
$18.150
Owned Owned
Yes

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