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The broader market is doing OK, but the retailer of household goods disappoints again and, like GE, sees its stock in a vortex.
While the S&P 500 has risen by roughly 9% this year, BBBY had given up 14% as of Wednesday's close.
This is the one stock that I both want to buy and short, depending on what time of day it is.
Patience and good timing are among the keys to their success.
As an idea Tesla is terrific, as a company, it's an absolute mess.
After 119 years, GE needs to make this very difficult decision.
For the first time in a decade, corporate share buybacks are taking up the largest portion of capital expenditures: Memo to Self: Companies are notorious poor market timers in buying their own shares. I give you such examples as Bausch Health Cos. ...
Current and potential GE investors likely have one big question.
If you want to play it, here is how to do it.
RAD suffers not only from concerns that Amazon is taking business but it has no growth and is barely breaking even.
This out-of-the-money, long put shooter in GE is risky, so use discretionary capital.
GE joined the Dow Jones Industrial Average back in 1896 but was recently removed. So it got us thinking about this historical company and how it has affected every aspect of our lives. Watch now!
The quality of stock performance is once again important.
Earnings have been strong, and analysts will soon start to concentrate more on actual weakness than shadow-boxing weakness.
A new positive cycle for the beleaguered oil field services industry could release the pent-up value in Schlumberger.
General Electric shares slumped Friday after a double-digit decline in revenue for its power division for its most recent quarter.
Shares of General Electric tumbled Friday following its earnings release amid continued worries about the company's turnaround, but one expert thinks the stock is cheap.
Microsoft delivered a strong quarter, but General Electric may leave some investors wondering.
The biggest challenges are that price action is lacking a clear trend and that momentum is mixed.
Happy Friday! Futures traded mixed as investors digested an earnings from GE and Microsoft.
Any sort of commitment from management under CEO John Flannery to maximize cash flow would be a welcome change.
It's another big week for earnings, but Goldman Sachs, Microsoft and GE could have implications for the broader markets this week.
The entire aircraft industry is frantically trying to meet the demand for planes.
Amazon Prime Day is gearing up and defense firms are preparing for the Farnborough air show.
* FANG is likely blowing off to the upside * Where It stops, nobody knows * But, as darkness follows day, the narrowness is market-unfriendly "Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the begin...
From United Rentals to GE, they're still underpriced.