Scrapping onerous "too big to fail" financial regulations should be a boon for shareholders.
For whatever reason, Yellen is deciding not to follow Bernanke's lead.
GE shares likely to climb 30% over next 12 months, William Blair analyst Nick Heymann says.
Skittish GE shareholders are selling on Brexit referendum faster than more-exposed rivals.
General Electric may free itself of onerous "too big to fail" regulations sooner than you think.
Bid for SolarCity shows Musk doesn't care about hurting Tesla shareholders. 
I would not be surprised if a decline to $28 developed. 
Without a more established base look for AME to retest the $44 area.
This stock could move past its March highs.
Once highly dependable, the company is now a serial underperformer in its industry – and badly needs a change. 

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