Buy FLS above $49 on a buy stop, and use $43 as a risk point.
SWK could dip $10 or even $15, but the trend remains opaque. 
General Electric is looking toward the ocean for big growth opportunities in drilling and freight shipping.
This GE setup is a hedged spread with 100%-controlled capital risk.
It's a great opportunity for an overview of the industrial sector.
A deeper slide to support around $30 would not be a surprise.
It seems CEO Jeff Immelt could be looking to health care in his quest to expand GE's industrial operations. 
Prices struggled to make gains in the second advance; recent longs should consider a stop loss point.
World's largest seed producer could be part of the latest industry megadeal.
The industrial giant has been pulling out all the stops in fulfilling the strategy of CEO Jeff Immelt to return GE to its more industrial roots.


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