Tuesday Turnout: It's Time to Vote
Have you voted?

Happy midterm election day.

Have you voted yet? If not, this is your friendly reminder to do so. 

Alright, let's get through the top stories from Tuesday so you can focus on getting to the polls. 

Keep Calm and Hold Onto GE

Real Money's Stephen Guilfoyle took a look at General Electric (GE) . 

It's hard to ignore the news that came out Monday, Nov. 5, that CEO Larry Culp paid $2.2 million for 225,000 shares of GE

"What do I think? I think we know Larry Culp's track record. I think we know that he would not have taken this job if he thought this was a lost cause. I also think that there will be a place and time to invest in GE. This is not Sears (SHLDQ)," wrote Guilfoyle.

"The dividend is no longer a reason to invest in this name. This idea is really just a risk-averse way to bet on Larry Culp, as it has become apparent that perhaps not one other person is both capable, and /or willing to save this firm. Psst. I am going to set this trade in motion myself, several hours after this article is public. We do not need to get in at the very bottom. Something tells me that we will get a few at bats before they call it a ballgame. The firm will go to the tape with quarterly earnings again in January and April. We'll go out to June in order to give Culp two more swings at quarterly results that he can truly call his own," he wrote.

You Ready for a Slowdown?

Jim Cramer thinks it may be time to prepare. 

For investors who are worried about their portfolios as the midterms come to an end and all eyes turn toward the end of the year, there's hope for you yet.

Cramer will be sitting down with Wall Street veteran Marc Chaikin to dissect the midterms and what investors should be looking at as 2018 wraps up and the 2019 outlooks begin.

The two will be appearing on a live webinar at 11 a.m. ET on Wednesday, Nov. 7.

Investors interested in what the two stock market experts have to say can sign up for the webinar here.

AMD's Poppin'

Advanced Micro Device's (AMD) shares are popping on news of an Amazon-AMD (AMZN) team-up. 

TheStreet's Jacob Sonenshine took a closer look at the news

The e-commerce and cloud giant will use AMD's Epyc data center chips for its cloud business to provide services to customers, CEO Lisa Su announced at the AMD Next Horizon event in San Francisco. Amazon had previously used chips made by Intel (INTC - Get Report) in its data centers.

AMD shares have more than doubled this year. Intel shares were down 1.3% to $47.33 on Tuesday following the announcement, and are up 2.6% so far this year.

Alright, folks, that's a wrap for today. 

And don't forget -- keep an eye out on the midterms. TheStreet has wall-to-wall coverage and will continue coverage throughout tomorrow.

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