GE: Nothing Is Bigger – The Week Ahead

The Week Ahead, Nothing is Bigger Than GE

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The week of November 13 kicks-off with the General Electric ($GE) Investor Update. It has widely speculated that GE will cut its dividend, if and by how much is the great debate. According to a report on Seeking Alpha, GE has only cut its dividend just two times since 1899, with cuts occurring during the Great Depression and the Financial Crisis, two of most trying economic struggles in recent US History. A dividend cut at this point of economic expansion would truly unpercendented.

Will GE cut its dividend or merely freeze the dividend, or do neither. The market has been telling us what it expects GE to do, that is cut the dividend. Shares of the stock have fallen by over 35 percent in 2017, and nearly 14 percent since reporting results on October 20.  It has been a disastrous year for GE and its shareholders, and it feels as though CEO John Flannery was a hand a loaded deck when he took over the company.

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The street has deeply cut earnings estimate for GE over the next two-year to 1.16 and 1.33, for 2018 and 2019.

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GE shares current sit at a significant technical level. To this point, it has held and will need to continue to hold around $19.75.GE

Tomorrow is one of the most critical days in the history of GE. What happens at tomorrow’s investor update likely sets GE’s course for the next decade, and the perception investors will have for the company for perhaps decades to come.

It doesn’t it get any bigger than this.

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