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  • General Electric's Plan To Take By Storm The U.S. Oil And Gas Industry Materializes
    David Alton Clark Today, 2:01 AM 1 Comment

    Summary

    • In the third quarter of 2015 GE plans on opening a new $125 million Oil and Gas Technology Center in Oklahoma City.
    • This will be General Electric’s first research facility in the U.S. devoted specifically to the Oil and Gas industry.
    • General Electric’s forward thinking programs such as this will provide income production and capital appreciation for retirement investors for years to come.
  • GE And Alstom May Make News, But There Are Other Reasons To Invest
    Renee Butler Yesterday, 5:55 AM 6 Comments

    Summary

    • GE and Alstom just finalized the deal.
    • Grid technology deals are necessary, thanks to population growth.
    • The Alstom deal is worth it, but investors have more reasons to invest in GE.
  • General Electric Second Quarter Earnings Preview
    Robert Weinstein Tue, Jul. 8 4 Comments

    Summary

    • The stock is relatively flat compared to the overall market.
    • Option sellers have been rewarded in the last three months.
    • The market is expecting increased volatility this quarter versus the last.
  • General Electric: Who Said That The Growth Story Was Dead?
    Albert Alfonso Tue, Jul. 8 19 Comments

    Summary

    • GE wins several large orders for its wind turbines and jet engines.
    • These industrial segments have been leading the way for growth.
    • The company has a long-term goal of becoming a predominantly industrial company.
    • GE’s Alstom acquisition and Synchrony Financial IPO are key moves towards this goal.
  • Just How Big Is GE's Alstom Deal?
    Diesel Mon, Jul. 7 13 Comments

    Summary

    • GE is buying 3 of Alstom's 4 business units and a joint venture is being set-up.
    • Although Alstom had a relatively weak year, things are improving for the company.
    • Synergies between the two companies will maximize the benefits of the deal.
  • Is GE As Solid As Its 100 Year History?
    Quoth the Raven Sat, Jul. 5 23 Comments

    Summary

    • GE has been in recovery mode since the subprime crisis.
    • Recent acquisition gives GE bigger international footprint and creates synergies.
    • GE once again a safe bet for conservative/dividend investors.
  • Algorithmic Prediction Is Bullish On General Electric
    I Know First Research Fri, Jul. 4 34 Comments

    Summary

    • The acquisition of Monsal will provide General Electric customers with more energy-efficient options for water treatment solutions.
    • General Electric has undercut the competition with the remotely connected Link LED light bulb.
    • GE Aviation is becoming a larger component of the company's global industrial portfolio, as demand has been increasing for superior engines and fuel-efficient technology, which is expected to grow further.
    • Self-learning algorithm has a strong bullish signal for GE in the short and long term.
  • General Electric: 19.2% Return On Investment
    Jason Russ Tue, Jul. 1 48 Comments

    Summary

    • GE has spent nearly $19 billion on stock buybacks in the last 13 quarters.
    • In addition to cutting back the outstanding shares, the company has avoided paying dividends of over $1 billion over that time.
    • I will discuss how good (or bad) the return on investment has been for the buybacks.
  • How Will The Alstom Deal Impact General Electric's Power Business?
    IAEResearch Tue, Jul. 1 23 Comments

    Summary

    • Gas turbines are expected to account for 40% of total electricity generation by 2020, representing a major opportunity for the company.
    • The Alstom deal gives GE a solid footprint in Europe and the opportunity to use Alstom's technology in exploiting the growth opportunity in the developing economies.
    • The Alstom deal will allow GE to increase its global market share in the sector to over 24%, according to estimates.
  • GE: Why I'm Bullish
    Sammy Pollack Wed, Jun. 25 61 Comments

    Summary

    • GE shares are currently trading at a reasonable valuation.
    • GE Capital spin-off is a bullish catalyst.
    • Alstom deal is a win for GE.
  • General Electric: The GE Capital Spin-Off Can't Come Soon Enough
    Albert Alfonso Tue, Jun. 24 26 Comments

    Summary

    • GE Capital is about to get even smaller.
    • Scandinavia-based GE Money Bank is being sold for $950 million.
    • General Electric should also IPO Synchrony Financial soon, now that the Alstom ordeal is complete.
  • General Electric Wins The Battle For Alstom
    Albert Alfonso Mon, Jun. 23 35 Comments

    Summary

    • General Electric is now the official winner in the bid for Alstom.
    • The French government decided to back the GE bid after agreeing to buy a 20% stake in Alstom for itself.
    • Among other concessions, the companies are to create three energy joint ventures as well as combine their rail-signaling units.
  • General Electric And Siemens - Comparison Of 2 Industrial Conglomerates
    Financially Free Investor Sun, Jun. 22 8 Comments

    Summary

    • The relative strengths and weaknesses of the two industrial giants, General Electric Company and Siemens AG.
    • A side-by-side comparison of key metrics of the two companies. Also included is the relative rating assigned based on a rating system.
    • An analysis of which of the two will be a better investment for a long-term dividend growth and income portfolio.
  • General Electric: Profits In Rear View Mirror Will Be Larger Than They Appear
    David Alton Clark Sun, Jun. 22 26 Comments

    Summary

    • GE is the ostensible winner in the contest for Alstom.
    • The French government has given its blessing to GE’s offer while buying a 20% stake for itself.
    • This means GE is now effectively going into business with the French state.
    • In the following article I will detail the terms of the offer and give my opinion regarding the proposal.
  • General Electric Lights Up France And Beyond
    Don Dion Sun, Jun. 22 27 Comments

    Summary

    • The French government has accepted GE’s $17 billion bid for Alstom if GE agrees that the state will hold a 20 percent stake in Alstom.
    • This represents a victory, for GE is securing France’s approval for a deal that will continue to propel GE’s global energy leadership in 2014 and beyond.
    • We are optimistic on GE going forward given the company’s strong history and suggest investors be so, as well.
  • General Electric: Expect An Improved Offer For Alstom
    Albert Alfonso Thu, Jun. 19 15 Comments

    Summary

    • General Electric is very likely to improve its offer for Alstom.
    • This is in response to the Siemens’ counter-offer.
    • Alstom appears to favor the GE offer.
  • General Electric: Alstom Still A Terrible Idea
    Josh Arnold Wed, Jun. 18 33 Comments

    Summary

    • General Electric is still fighting to acquire pieces of Alstom.
    • I have voiced strong dislike for this deal from the beginning and I stand by my call.
    • GE should take a hard look at what it is trying to do before pulling the trigger.
  • General Electric: Enough Is Enough
    David Alton Clark Wed, Jun. 18 61 Comments

    Summary

    • News just broke that General Electric is making even more concessions to the French in order to secure a deal regarding Alstom’s assets.
    • I have had enough. I don’t like the way things are going one iota.
    • In the following article I will detail the latest concessions and give my thoughts on the matter.
  • Will General Electric Counterbid For Alstom?
    Achilles Research Wed, Jun. 18 11 Comments

    Summary

    • Siemens and Mitsubishi are partnering up and offering Euro 7.0 billion ($9.5 billion) in cash for stakes in Alstom's energy business.
    • Total Alstom energy assets valued at Euro 14.2 billion ($19.3 billion).
    • The French government makes for a great Alstom cheerleader by pushing Siemens and General Electric to up their bids.
    • Siemens' proposed transaction structure is more complex and less straight forward than General Electric's transaction.
    • Will General Electric counterbid despite its intention not to enter into a bidding war?
  • General Electric Is A Boring High-Yielding Dividend Stock
    Abba's Aces Tue, Jun. 17 23 Comments

    Summary

    • Next year's earnings estimate has increased by a penny.
    • The financial efficiency ratios have decreased quite a bit after the last earnings report.
    • The Alstom deal is taking way too long to develop, and getting much too complicated.
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Company Description

General Electric Co is a diversified company with products & services that range from aircraft engines, power generation, oil & gas production equipment, & household appliances to medical imaging, business & consumer financing and industrial products.

Country: United States