Remember General Electric Co. (GE) ? Yes, that big iconic conglomerate that has been bringing good things to life and was part of the Dow Jones Industrial Average from the beginning. After years of great returns and increasing dividends it got thrown under the bus back in 2001 when the music stopped. The price action over the past has gotten my attention so let's check out the charts and indicators.
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