GE's downside may finally be appearing.
The rapid rate of asset sales is raising eyebrows on Wall Street.
If you're bargain hunting, GE isn't the most attractive offer.
It takes time for a large corporation to make a turnaround. Things do not happen overnight.
GE announced the firm's plan to establish a new, independent company that will focus on an Internet of Things software portfolio.
The renewed investment accelerates the company's commitment to industrial internet of things technology.
Is a bottom in the shares finally beginning to form?
It always pays to see if anything has changed.
The diversified manufacturer's shares have held the $65 area for months and could try the upside again, but traders should be cautious.
A key chart suggests further gains in the chemical giant are possible, but be aware that it could explore lower levels of October again.