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I am not changing my stance that if you want to see real movement out of China you need to focus on aerospace, American Express and Apple.
It's not often we see a big weekly pop like this week's, while trend and volume remain muted, practically bearish and oversold.
Could there be more M&A this year than Wall Street had thought? Also, GE's quest for more liquidity took another baby step Monday.
We exited two positions last week as the portfolio and the market started off the year in the green.
GE jumped on Monday, but how long can buyout rumors buoy the beleaguered stock?
Tesla, the big pharma mergers and General Electric are some of the top stories on TheStreet.
On a scale of 1 to 10, in terms of positioning your portfolio, I have moved from a 4 to 5, to a 7 to 8.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is higher Monday amid improved prospects for a trade deal between the U.S. and China.
General Electric shares are higher Monday following a report that suggested Apollo Global Management could be preparing a $40 billion bid for the group's airplane leasing division.
With each new change at the top, things are going to get better, but it's one person overseeing a crumbling wasteland.
As General Electric prepares to report, will new CEO Larry Culp's report card be refrigerator-worthy?
GE's rumored sale of its aviation services unit could be a short-term solution to a long-term problem.
GE could move up relatively easily until the $11.50 area.
The potential $40 billion sale of the company's airplane leasing unit is sending shares upward.
It's no secret that GE has had quite the ride. Here's a look at how the conglomerate has electrified history.
Global stocks traded higher Monday, following on from Friday's spectacular rally on Wall Street, as investors cheered much stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs data paired with twin dovish messages from the Federal Reserve and the People's Bank of China that look to support beaten-down asset prices heading into the fourth quarter earnings season.
U.S. stock futures point to a mixed start for Wall Street on Monday; General Electric jumps on a report of a possible bid for its airplane leasing business; CES 2019 gets underway this week; Sears reportedly is preparing for a possible liquidation; Tesla breaks ground on a Shanghai factory.
GE Healthcare and Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) today announced a five-year partnership to enable safer and more precise cancer immunotherapies.
Private equity firm is reportedly in talks to line up funds to go after part or all of GE's jet-leasing operations.
We're selling our position in Pitney Bowes, which we probably should have jettisoned as soon as trouble reared its ugly head, though we're glad we bought General Electric.
We added a position in Fitbit, scaled deeper into AcelRx Pharmaceuticals and improved our cost basis in Pitney Bowes.
For the first time in years we don’t have to sacrifice quality to maintain income.
Evidence has been mounting even among the tech giants that stock valuations should be lower based on companies' diminishing growth prospects.
The smart way to panic is to remove any trace of financial systemic risk from your portfolio.
If a recession is on the horizon, that could come at the end of 2019.
While the portfolio is down year-to-date, on a relative basis we are well ahead of our benchmark in one of the most challenging market environments in years.
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