BUY
General Electric
Just reported strong orders and cash flow. Are enjoying the wider boom in aerospace. When they spun off their power business early next year, GE will be strong. Once a bear stock, now you buy it.
electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY
General Electric
Has had a long history of troubles. It's still in the penalty box. There are better industrials.
electrical / electronic
BUY on WEAKNESS
General Electric
It's taken a lot of time to increase investor confidence. The CEO is established. Growing earnings are ahead, says the market. Has a reasonable 2023 PE. This is under-owned. This will benefit because industrials will do well, post-bear market.
electrical / electronic
SELL
General Electric
Recent stock action is largely systemic, it's participating with the market. HON buying some GE assets has allowed it to get off the debt wagon. But now it's left with its worst assets. Take your tax loss, move on. Look at HON instead.
electrical / electronic
SELL
General Electric
Does not own shares in this company. Business is in the middle of a re-structuring. Share price reflecting turmoil in the business. Good time to sell and invest capital elsewhere.
electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY
General Electric
Be cautious about just looking at the numbers. It's gone through a number of iterations. In 2021, it was flat. Has done well with the latest risk-on move. Not a lot of investor interest. A show-me stock. Look elsewhere in industrials.
electrical / electronic
HOLD
General Electric
The CEO is doing a great job, so is the aerospace division. The medical side would too, if it didn't suffer supply chain problems. Also, small-scale nuclear plants will be built, and GE has a lock on this industry.
electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY
General Electric
They report tomorrow. Their alternative energy business is awful, and their medical devices are held back by supply chain problems. It's hard to be a bull here.
electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY
General Electric
Las Vegas Syndrome happens when you hold onto a stock that's fallen, but would rather hold onto it, hoping for a rebound, instead of selling it. Will you be better off holding this or selling it in 10 years' time? GE remains a mess of low-growth, cyclical businesses. There are many other better businesses.
electrical / electronic
SELL
General Electric
He's been on Market Call for 21 years, and GE has always been in the doghouse with him. Model price of $43.84, a 41% downside from today. Industrials will have a tough time in a bear market. If something serious happens to China, this one doesn't have a chance. A once-great company, now a shadow of its former self.
electrical / electronic
SELL
General Electric
He's been on Market Call for 21 years, and GE has always been in the doghouse with him. Model price of $43.84, a 41% downside from today. Industrials will have a tough time in a bear market. If something serious happens to China, this one doesn't have a chance. A once-great company, now a shadow of its former self.
electrical / electronic
SELL
General Electric
New managers are restructuring the company. It remains a turnaround story that will take time. They are spinning off businesses. Better to sell and buy something else like Raytheon in aviation or in tech.
electrical / electronic
SELL
General Electric
They have many problems. Cash flow is a big issue. They have been selling a lot of valuable franchises to survive. They are left with just one business, aviation. Take a tax loss.
electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY
General Electric
Don't look at it based on its past reputation. Splitting up. A lot of moving parts, not a lot of good news. Not well capitalized, large unfunded pension liabilities, selling jewels to survive, trouble producing cash.
electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY
General Electric
It is an under performing stock during a correction. Move on to another industrial stock such as one in the defense sector. e.g. General Dynamics, Raytheon. A general comment - the correction is underway and has run quite a distance.
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General Electric(GE-N) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 2

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 14

Total Signals / Votes : 17

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On 2023-01-27, General Electric (GE-N) stock closed at a price of $83.23.