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General Electric (GE)
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3231 148 0 GE
Emcee:  College Boy Type:  Unmoderated
I can't believe this company hasn't been "threaded" yet. Granted, this is a Tech Stock BBS, but a company as massive as GE has to have a place in every great BBS such as this one;)

I think GE is the best managed Dow 30 stock and is the most profitable company diversified company of its type bar none. These are bold statements to make and should (I hope) spark some debate. For anyone looking to learn a little about GE and the sectors it competes in, I'll give you a link

ge.com

to their home page, where they divide up their operations into business segments they compete in.

I think most Dow stocks are overpriced right now and plan on watching from the sidelines for a bit more.

What do you think about the P/E ratios of the Dow stocks being so high? I believe they are averaging about 25 right now. Does anyone have an opinion on this company for the short-term or long-term?

College Boy
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3231A large number of Put option trades today at 6 (Sept expiry) moved the outlook dibyte-June 18
3230GE getting a buy signal now.Bonefish-June 2
3229GE sells light bulb division. Looks like a good moveBonefish-May 28
3228The stock has moved from a sell to neutral.Bonefish-May 20
3227Speaking of drilling down, it may be possible for GE to use their giant undergroibyte-May 20
3226GE still has no exit plan for their $30 Bln unfunded pension liabilities. This E_K_S1May 4
3225If I was in the game again I would go with Boeing.SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man)-May 4
3224I dont see how Ge can be so low? They were on track before corona and will resumDkbunts-May 4
3223[tweet]SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man)-April 15
3222Chesapeake Energy may deserve #1! Getting slammed by the Max fallout and now thibyte-April 15
3221Government could be bailing them out right now?Bonefish-April 14
3220BA definitely the play for recovery. One issue I have w/ GE is their unfunded pE_K_S-April 14
3219I always thought GE was a good investment, but is the crappiest stock out there.SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man)-April 14
3218GE 'most expensive value trap we have ever seen,' says J.P. Morgan'sE_K_S-April 14
3217Curiously, today's GE option trading (Sept. expiry) is almost all Call tradeibyte1March 27
3216[tweet]SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man)1March 24
3215Friday trades for September 18 expiry have a lot of put trades (Put/Call ratio oibyte-February 22
3214Tusa got blown out of the water. GE hit 13 today.Bonefish-January 29
3213Lots of put trades Friday at 11 for March 20, so some guessers are expecting medibyte1January 18
321212.20 high,. Bucking the market no less.Bonefish-January 6
3211It was Waiting for all the tax loss selling to be over.Bonefish-January 2
3210nice move on GE today.... looks like it was just waiting for "the buy signaKirk ©1January 2
3209Call option trades at 18 for March 2020 continue to come in. Mr C may have saibyte-12/9/2019
3208Partners, GE say they've developed a better artificial intelligence bizjournBonefish111/26/2019
3207I like the "not possible" part. GBonefish-11/25/2019
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