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General Electric: The Quintessential Falling Knife

publication date: Aug 22, 2018
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General Electric is a great example showcasing why it is so important to avoid falling knives. We value shares at about $20 each, but we would only grow interested in them if the share price starts to move meaningfully higher. Without the backing of the market as evidenced by a rising share price, it may be too early to say the worst is over at GE.

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