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It's time to buy shares of General Electric GE, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
A fresh look at the charts and indicators seems in order.
It's too early to tell what the scaled down, 'leaner and meaner' GE might look like.
Business is quite strong, despite what the market is saying.
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Stocks traded in a different pattern Wednesday, as big tech names dominated.
If you don't understand the rotation taking place you are missing what this market is really about.
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Sentiment is very positive, regardless of what the indices may say.
"I think it's because GE's financials were as opaque as you could have them be without having the SEC come down on the company and demand changes at the top. Uniquely opaque...The idea, for example, that this company had to take a $6.2 billion charg...
I know there's plenty of irony to go around for this once great manufacturer to be replaced in the Dow by a drug store chain.
GE is getting tossed from the index, after 111 consecutive years.
These are the stories pushing futures higher ahead of Wednesday's opening bell.
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Shares of General Electric are having a rough month as investors stay worried about the industrial giant's health. Meanwhile, Trump's new tariffs on China have the market on edge.
So what did we talk about on Cheddar just now... funny you should ask! Earlier this week, a court ruling paved the way for at least two things that are poised to alter the entertainment/media industry. I'm talking about the victory had by communica...
Charts show a mixed picture for GE, which is an improvements from the past.