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  • General Electric: Buying Into Europe's Recovery
    Albert Alfonso Today, 1:55 AM 4 Comments

    Summary

    • Bloomberg is reporting that General Electric is looking to buy French train and power plant builder Alstom SA.
    • This deal would give General Electric an increased presence in Europe, which is slowly recovering from its own great recession.
    • If completed, this acquisition would be General Electric’s biggest ever.
  • With Far-Reaching Philanthropy, GE Puts New Spin On Profitability
    Don Dion Yesterday, 7:30 AM 6 Comments

    Summary

    • GE has harnessed the power of its philanthropic efforts to gain a profitable edge, and deliver positive returns to society.
    • Partnering with the Peace Corps and others, GE delivers important social services, gains a deeper understanding of the countries in which it works, and strengthens its corporate network worldwide.
    • Investors should be optimistic on this less conventional approach to profitability as it allows GE to be increasingly competitive in an interconnected world.
  • General Electric: What Caused The Sudden Weakness In The Healthcare Division?
    Albert Alfonso Tue, Apr. 22 29 Comments

    Summary

    • General Electric’s healthcare division posted a sudden drop in both revenues and earnings last quarter.
    • The likely culprit is Obamacare, with providers thinking twice before making large investments.
    • However, General Electric as a whole is performing well, with the company posting a solid earnings beat in Q1.
  • General Electric Makes A Power Play
    Wall Street Playbook Tue, Apr. 22 8 Comments

    Summary

    • This stock remain cheap at around $26 per share. The stock, trading at a forward P/E 21 is trading at just 14 times fiscal 2015 earnings of $1.82.
    • Management is executing on both its global growth strategies and productivity initiatives by reducing costs.
    • With future growth drivers in place such as GE's strong industrial portfolio and energy infrastructure businesses, these shares should reach $32 in the next 12 to 18 months.
  • General Electric Earnings Were Weak In My Opinion
    Abba's Aces Tue, Apr. 22 5 Comments

    Summary

    • Top and bottom line results decreased from last year.
    • Earnings actually beat analyst expectations.
    • The stock is inexpensively valued.
  • Why GE May Be Doing Everything Right
    Valuentum Tue, Apr. 22 2 Comments

    Summary

    • GE seems to be doing everything right.
    • The company's industrial backlog notched all-time highs.
    • GE boasts a solid annual dividend yield of 3.4% at the time of this writing, and dividend growth investors should expect increases year-after-year.
  • Will General Electric Hire Alan Mulally? Sounds Good To Me
    David Alton Clark Tue, Apr. 22 22 Comments

    Summary

    • Rumors have it that GE's 20 year tenure plan may be scrapped and Immelt will step down sooner than expected.
    • Reports surfaced Monday Ford’s CEO Alan Mulally is expected to announce he is leaving the automaker by year's end, maybe sooner.
    • GE has the company's turnaround plan mapped out. All the company needs is a leader with the right stuff to execute the plan.
    • Alan Mulally has the right stuff. His selection as the successor to Immelt would be a huge coup for GE and the company’s shareholders.
  • General Electric: 36% Upside Potential And Strong Growth Ahead
    Achilles Research Mon, Apr. 21 3 Comments

    Summary

    • General Electric's industrial businesses are doing well with even more potential to outperform in the future.
    • General Electric has substantial upside potential assuming an indicative fair value of $36 per share.
    • The conglomerate could be subject to serious EPS tailwinds during a forceful economic recovery.
  • General Electric: You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
    David Alton Clark Sun, Apr. 20 37 Comments

    Summary

    • General Electric is on the verge of a major paradigm shift.
    • The shift will provide the impetus for future growth spurring the stock higher.
    • These positives coupled with an uptick in US and Global growth is not priced in to the stock.
  • The General Electric Evolution Continues
    John M. Mason Fri, Apr. 18 13 Comments

    Summary

    • General Electric posts strong quarter for its industrial businesses.
    • GE announced in March it was spinning off the consumer finance business later this year.
    • Talk has surfaced about keeping the CEO tenure for the company well below 20 years.
  • General Electric: Has The Easy Money Been Made?
    Josh Arnold Fri, Apr. 18 46 Comments

    Summary

    • General Electric's earnings were solid, sending the stock up 1.5%.
    • GE shares have moved up significantly in the past year.
    • What does this mean for GE's fair value and price target?
  • General Electric: Back To The Basics
    Albert Alfonso Thu, Apr. 17 12 Comments

    Summary

    • General Electric sees strong 12% growth (8% organic) in its core industrial segments, beating expectations.
    • The company also returned $3.4 billion to its shareholders via dividends and share repurchases.
    • The GE Capital downsizing is well on its way, with the IPO of Synchrony Financial expected soon.
  • General Electric's Fair Value Is $35
    Seeking Profits Thu, Apr. 17 10 Comments

    Summary

    • GE results were stronger than the mixed headline figures.
    • GE continues to successfully transition away from financial services and towards it industrial segment.
    • Significant growth in aviation and energy production will power higher results for several years.
    • A sum of the parts analysis suggests GE is worth $35.
  • General Electric: The Beginning Of The Industrial Breakout
    Bret Jensen Thu, Apr. 17 25 Comments

    Summary

    • General Electric posted solid earnings results this morning driven by its industrial businesses.
    • The company continues to transition to a pure play industrial concern which should be awarded by a slightly higher multiple by the market.
    • General Electric continues to be a core part of my income portfolio due to its solid dividend yield and reasonable valuation.
  • Why General Electric Is Heading To $32
    Wall Street Playbook Wed, Apr. 16 16 Comments

    Summary

    • GE has not performed as poorly as some would like to believe.
    • CEO Jeff Immelt has done a respectable job ridding the company of poor-performing businesses like the company's GE Capital segment, while transitioning GE to become more focused.
    • Assuming that the Industrial segment can post long-term revenue and free cash flow growth of 5% and 10%, respectively, these shares should reach $32 in the next 12 to 18.
  • Is General Electric Undervalued?
    IAEResearch Wed, Apr. 16 10 Comments

    Summary

    • The EV/EBITDA multiple shows the stock is undervalued.
    • The market is still attaching a substantial discount to the stock.
    • Recent fall in the stock price is not justified and it gives long-term investors a good entry point.
  • General Electric: Is A New CEO On The Way?
    Albert Alfonso Tue, Apr. 15 44 Comments

    Summary

    • General Electric is rethinking its "20-year" CEO policy.
    • This may mean that a new CEO could come onto the scene sooner than expected.
    • It has been widely assumed that General Electric would continue the precedent set by former long-time CEO, Jack Welch.
    • The current CEO Jeff Immelt has been at the helm of the company for 13 years.
    • General Electric is also looking to further downsize GE Capital beyond just the credit card segment.
  • GE Earnings Preview: Less Undervalued, But Still Caught Between A Rock And A Rock
    Brian Gilmartin Tue, Apr. 15 15 Comments

    Summary

    • Down 10% year-to-date after stock rose 34% in 2013.
    • Non-finance growth is still a longer-term issue.
    • Stock still at discount to intrinsic value.
    • Will Jeff Immelt continue to lead GE?
  • Is Something Rotten In The State Of GE?
    David Alton Clark Tue, Apr. 15 28 Comments

    Summary

    • Rumor has it GE is rethinking the company’s 20-year tenure program for CEOs.
    • It is about time the company made this move.
    • The stock is down nearly 10% year-to-date, and fundamentals appear to be weakening.
    • This risk/reward equation to buy prior to earnings is unfavorable.
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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