GE

General Electric

$11.74

(+36.84%)

Since 2019

Price: $

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The storied digital industrial conglomerate conducts business in approximately 180 countries.

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Historical performances

Last 12 months

33.92%

Last 3 years

-24.9%

Last 5 years

-11.07%

Last 10 years

-0.21%

Last 15 years

-4.02%

Since inception

-4.01%

Dividend Yield

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0.34%

Expense Ratio

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0.0%

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24/7 Wall Street

about 5 hours ago

What Would Light Up General Electric Stock After Earnings

Industrial giant General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) will report fourth-quarter and full-year earnings before markets open Wednesday and the big question has to be whether the once struggling, now slowly recovering firm can keep the music playing.

CNBC

1 day ago

In the busiest earnings week of the season, these are the four must-watch stocks

Prepare for an earnings avalanche this week. Two traders share which stocks are at the top of their watchlist.

CNBC

4 days ago

General Electric is the 'ultimate show-me' industrials stock, strategist warns

GE has topped the industrials sector in the past three months, but Tocqueville Asset Management's John Petrides needs more proof before he's ready to buy into the turnaround.

CNBC

5 days ago

FDA issues cybersecurity warning on GE medical equipment that monitors patients

The Food and Drug Administration released a warning on Thursday to healthcare providers, facilities and consumers about a vulnerability in certain electronic health care data equipment made by General Electric.

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General Electric logo

Invest in General Electric on Stash

The storied digital industrial conglomerate conducts business in approximately 180 countries.

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fractional shares

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, you can buy as little as $5 worth of General Electric stock and other companies you know on Stash.

Add a custom amount.

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