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UBS analyst Steven Winoker estimates GE has $72 billion in near-term sources of liquidity.
Insiders buy for only one reason -- to make money.
The recently appointed CEO purchased 225,000 GE shares at the beginning of the month, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
UBS analyst Steven Winoker upgraded GE to Buy and has a $13 price target on the stock.
CEO Larry Culp's belt tightening has shares seesawing as earnings miss and the dividend is cut.
Boston-based GE is expected to report adjusted earnings of 20 cents a share on revenue of $29.6 billion, according to FactSet.
In light of recent market volatility, we want club members to know our view on every stock we own.
This type of action is why we often say that an up-open cannot be trusted in a volatile market.
BP is on our list of high-quality stocks we are looking to pick up on a broader market pullback.
We initiated a position in Viacom, updated two ratings and lowered a price target last week.
Jim discusses Honeywell's impressive earnings and how its business is tied with Amazon, and much more!
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Stocks fall sharply on Thursday after a hawkish set of minutes from last month's Federal Reserve meeting cements the case for near-term interest rate hikes.
Danaher reports its ninth straight earnings beat.
It's time for the central bank to show the same level of concern for their misplaced aggression.
U.S. stock futures decline after a hawkish set of minutes from last month's Federal Reserve meeting; American Express, PayPal and Travelers report earnings; Facebook believes hack was done by spammers, says a report; Novartis to buy Endocyte for $2.1 billion.
UnitedHealth Group, Johnson and Johnson, Goldman Sachs, Abbott Laboratories, Danaher and Textron are just some of the companies reporting earnings this week.
Let's review the portfolio and where we see opportunities in the market.
Changes in the C-Suite seem to be the norm lately. Between retirements and impatient shareholders, Wall Street has had to deal with a lot of movement. Watch now to see who's coming and going!
The problems at GE are all about hubris and hurt feelings.
GE's 7% surge on Monday is a welcome surprise for gain-starved shareholders.
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