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Stock : GE |   Stock Recommendations : Buy
Sector : Engineering |   First resistance : 22.31
Stock Name : General Electric Co. |   Second resistance : 29.12
Buy Near : |   Third resistance : 31.77
StopLoss : |   First Support :
Posted date : 8/31/2008 12:00:00 AM |   Second Support :


General Electric Co. (GE) involved in construction and engineering business that includes engineering and analytical support services, electrical construction, infrastructure construction and manufacturing of nuclear power plant construction materials.

   This business have good potential with weak economy because government can declare major projects to offer employment and again Bush did Nuclear agreements with India and India Planning for $90 billion Nuclear electric power plant, In case if US got 30% of that order its going to offer good return like this company. Due to economic crises this Stock comes too much down. But if you look companies involvement in nuclear power plant construction capacity then its looks reasonable to buy this Stock. Any down move consider as a buying opportunity. At present technical analysis | Stock analysis and fundamentally company looks good buying member, you can add in your portfolio. In down trend Stock market for any Stock investments there is always high risk but high risk high return and low risk low return. General Electric Co. (GE) you can consider for Stock Market Investment, Trading, Stock trading, Stock Investing, Day trading, Stock picks, Breakout Stocks, penny Stocks.



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Tennessee’s Treasury Sold GE, GM, and Verizon Stock. Here’s What It Bought.
(Mon, 17 Feb 2020 12:00:00 +0000)
The Tennessee Department of Treasury made some big changes in its stock investments in the last quarter of 2019. The department, which manages all of the state’s investments, including its pension fund, reduced investments in (GE) (ticker: GE), General Motors (GM) and (VZ) Communications stock (VZ) in the fourth quarter. Tennessee’s treasury also bought more (WMT) stock (WMT).
U.S. weighs blocking GE engine sales for China's new airplane - sources
(Sun, 16 Feb 2020 02:04:01 +0000)
The potential restriction on the engine sales - possibly along with limits on other components for Chinese commercial aircraft such as flight control systems made by Honeywell International Inc - is the latest move in the battle between the world's two largest economies over trade and technology. The issue is expected to come up at an interagency meeting about how strictly to limit exports of U.S. technology to China on Thursday and at another meeting with members of President Donald Trump's Cabinet set for Feb. 28, sources said. The White House and the U.S. Commerce Department, which issues licenses for such exports, declined to comment, as did a GE spokeswoman.
U.S. May Stop Sale of Jet Engines by GE Venture to China: DJ
(Sat, 15 Feb 2020 18:37:54 +0000)
(Bloomberg) -- Terms of Trade is a daily newsletter that untangles a world threatened by trade wars. Sign up here. The Trump administration is considering a proposal to stop the sale of jet engines made by a General Electric Co. joint venture to a new airliner in China, Dow Jones reported, citing a person familiar with the discussions.The administration may not issue a license that would allow the venture with France’s Safran SA to export more LEAP 1C jet engines to China, the news wire reported, citing the person who wasn’t identified. The engines would be used to build the Comac C919 jetliner, part of a series of new planes, it added, with some in the administration concerned they could be reverse-engineered.The new license is on the agenda for a meeting of administration officials Thursday, Dow Jones said. The White House and U.S. Trade Representative didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment on the report on Saturday.To view the source of this information click hereTo contact the reporter on this story: Sebastian Tong in San Francisco at stong41@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Angela Moon at hmoon43@bloomberg.net, Linus Chua, James LuddenFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
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(Fri, 14 Feb 2020 23:02:51 +0000)
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There Has Simply Never Been a Stock Like Microsoft Stock
(Fri, 14 Feb 2020 18:33:38 +0000)
It's likely that no other company has done what Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has of late. To be sure, there is only one other stock that has done what Microsoft stock has done: reach a market capitalization over $1.4 trillion.Source: Peteri / Shutterstock.com That company, of course, is Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). But the Apple story is different.Its historic rally has come from a point when the stock actually was cheap by fundamental standards. After a plunge in early 2019, its shares traded at just 12-13x forward earnings expectations.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsMicrosoft stock did see a sharp decline in late 2018 during the last broad market correction. But even at December 2018 lows, investors still were paying a healthy multiple for the stock. MSFT didn't have a core bearish argument as Apple did, as investors fretted about "commoditization" and pressure on sales in China.The argument over Microsoft stock largely came down to valuation -- and the bulls won. Incredibly, at highs reached earlier this month, the stock doubled in less than 14 months. For a company that was already worth almost $700 billion at the lows, that's an incredible accomplishment. If it weren't for the even faster rally in Apple, it would be unprecedented -- even mind-boggling. * 7 Exciting Stocks to Buy for Aggressive Investors Back near the highs, the argument over the stock again comes down to valuation. And in that context, it's worth noting what truly is unprecedented about Microsoft. Microsoft Runs With the Growth GiantsMicrosoft reported its fiscal second-quarter earnings on Jan. 29, which handily beat analyst estimates. The beat wasn't much of a surprise. Microsoft revenue and earnings have topped Wall Street consensus almost without exception for over four years now.But investors should take a step back from the expectations game and consider just how extraordinary the report was. This is the second-most valuable company in the world. It's a mature business. And it grew revenue 14% year over year, and adjusted net income by 36%.That type of growth from that type of business simply doesn't happen. Increases of 36% in net income are what small- and mid-cap growth stocks provide in good quarters.And even among the market's most valuable companies, Microsoft's numbers look impressive: * Apple drove 9% revenue growth and 11% net income growth in its fiscal first quarter -- but benefited from an easy comparison. Remember, it was slashed guidance for last year's first quarter that led AAPL stock to plunge in early 2019. * Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) increased revenue 17%. Operating income climbed just 13% against a 35% jump for Microsoft. (Alphabet's net income did grow 19%, but that metric is affected by a series of accounting factors.) * Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) drove faster revenue growth, with its top-line rising 25%, but it's obviously a much younger company than Microsoft. Operating earnings rose only 13%, which badly lags the growth rate at Microsoft. * Sales at Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) rose 21% in a blowout quarter. Operating income gained 2.4%, thanks to costs from one-day shipping. * Alibaba (NYSE:BABA), purely from a growth perspective, did top Microsoft, with revenue up 38% and Adjusted EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) up 37%. Earnings Are AstoundingTo be sure, some of those companies grew revenue or profits at a faster rate than Microsoft. But they should be growing faster. They are younger companies that are earlier in their development.Indeed, Microsoft was dominating the software industry before most of those companies (save Apple) even existed. And they are the best, most valuable companies in the entire market.It's possible that a company like General Motors (NYSE:GM) or General Electric (NYSE:GE) posted similar growth in a single quarter when they were the market's most valuable company (or second-most) decades ago. But it's likely that kind of growth would have come after the Great Depression or during the postwar period, thanks to either an easy comparison and/or external factors.Whether the specific numbers Microsoft posted in Q2 have been reached or not isn't necessarily the point. Rather, the point, again, is to step back.A mature, dominant company just grew profits 36% year over year. And while it is just one quarter, analyst estimates (which have a strong probability of being raised again) suggest a full-year increase in earnings per share just shy of 20%.Companies don't drive 20% earnings growth in their 45th year in a normal environment. Cyclical names might post those numbers in the recovery from a recession: Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM), for instance, grew profit over 50% in 2010, when it was the world's most valuable company. (Incredibly, its market capitalization is now less than 20% that of Microsoft or Apple, a little over eight years after Apple passed Exxon for good.)This is not a cyclical company. There has been no recession. Microsoft doesn't have some soft earnings comparison in fiscal 2020: in fact, adjusted net income rose 22% in fiscal 2019. This is just a massive company driving essentially unprecedented growth. Is Microsoft Stock Too Expensive?The one concern is that the valuation assigned Microsoft stock, too, seems unprecedented. Shares now trade at over 32x the consensus EPS estimate for fiscal 2020 (ending June). The figure is still right at 30x, even backing out the net cash on the balance sheet.45-year-old companies don't grow like Microsoft in normal conditions; they also don't receive price-to-earnings multiples of 30x in normal conditions.And so there are valuation concerns, one reason I argued ahead of earnings that the gains in Microsoft would slow, if remain nicely positive. That was half-right: Microsoft stock already has risen 17% in 2020.But as I wrote before, this market valuation alone has not been a reason to sell. Now, the biggest risk to Microsoft stock seems to be a decline in the market as a whole -- as seen in the fourth quarter of 2018.Investors are not going to decide that the stock is too expensive without making similar calculations for the rest of the market.If investors are going to own U.S. equities, then, Microsoft stock still seems like a strong pick. Yes, the valuation is high. So is the earnings growth. But it's that unprecedented growth that drives the unprecedented valuation.As of this writing, Vince Martin did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Exciting Stocks to Buy for Aggressive Investors * 20 Stocks to Buy From the Law of Accelerating Returns * 7 U.S. Stocks to Buy on Coronavirus Weakness The post There Has Simply Never Been a Stock Like Microsoft Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.


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