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Time To Go Bottom Fishing For General Electric?


  • The sell-off in equities last week has made General Electric a compelling bargain.
  • GE is reasonably valued at ~16x 2015e earnings and at a ~5.3% 2015e FCF yield.
  • General Electric should be considered as an "income investment", not only as a bet on capital growth.
  • General Electric's rising yield on cost will drive value for income investors.
  • GE's stock yields 3.68%.

Is it time to buy General Electric (NYSE:GE) now that the stock has fallen back to the $25 level? I surely think so. The sharp correction in stock prices at the beginning of last week has washed up a couple of compelling investment bargains, and General Electric, as far as I am concerned, is definitely among them. And there are a LOT of reasons why investors may want to consider General Electric now that it's on sale again.