GE General Electric Company

$7.37
$0.08 (1.10%)

GE Stock Analysis Overview

What this means: General Electric Company (GE) gets a very poor rank from InvestorsObserver. Our comprehensive analysis of fundamental and technical factors gives GE a rank of 22. Our methodology considers analysis of the company's financial situation and how it has traded recently. GE rank of 22 means that it ranks below 78% of stocks.

Who this matters to: Overall Ranking is a comprehensive evaluation. It considers technical and fundamental factors and is a good starting point for evaluating a stock.

  • Rank in Industrials22
  • Rank in Specialty Industrial Machinery12
  • Position of Sector 5/11
  • Position of Industry 31/148

General Electric Company (GE) Analyst Forecast

Next 12 months ➝MEAN$8.47+14.95%HIGH$11.00+49.25%LOW$6.81-7.60%Current Price$7.3752-week High$13.2652-week Low$5.48
  • Last Price$7.37
  • Previous Close$7.29
  • Change $0.08
  • Open$7.39
  • Volume55,006,836
  • Avg. Volume (100-day)95,541,700
  • Market Capitalization$65B
  • Days Range $7.27 - $7.47
  • 52-week Range $5.48 - $13.26
  • Dividend Yield0.55%
  • Ex. Dividend Date09/25/2020
  • P-E
  • EPS-0.57
  • Earnings Date10/28/2020
  • SectorIndustrials
  • IndustrySpecialty Industrial Machinery
  • Avg. Analyst Rec.Buy
  • Beta1.117
  • PEG Ratio
With historical ties to inventor Thomas Edison, General Electric was formed through the combination of two companies in 1892. Today, GE is known for its digital industrial offerings and massive installed base spread across a variety of products and services, including aircraft engines, gas turbines, wind turbines, and medical diagnostic equipment, among others. After the sale of GE Transportation to Wabtec and a majority of its stake in Baker Hughes, as well as the sale of GE Biopharma to Danaher, the company's focus turns to Aviation, legacy Healthcare, Power, and Renewable Energy. The company continues to embark on a multiyear turnaround under the lean manufacturing expertise of former Danaher CEO H. Lawrence Culp, who has slowly started to shift GE's culture in a positive direction.