The brutal pain for General Electric's (GE) shareholders continued on Tuesday following a vicious note from JPMorgan. The reality is taking shape that GE's stock may have much further to fall still, perhaps to the March 2009 bottom. 

In happier news, semiconductor stocks such as Micron (MU) and Action Alerts Plus holding Nvidia (NVDA) continue to be hot. That's despite President Trump smacking down Action Alerts Plus holding Broadcom's (AVGO) deal for Qualcomm (QCOM) . 

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