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General Electric: Bullish Or Bearish In 2014? $GE

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For investors looking for a large-cap company that is refocusing its business, General Electric (GE) is a dividend paying company that is “trimming the fat” to create room for future growth.

On March 4, 2009 at 1:40 pm, General Electric’s shares touched a low of $5.73. This was in part due to the financial arm of the company and the massive amount of debt accrued in the previous years. The total liabilities climaxed in 2008, when General Electric reported total

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GE: $33.00 not out of the question in 2014 $GE

General Electric Airplane

General Electric Airplane

In this analysis, I will be using the Discounted Cash Flow Formula to create a stock price target for General Electric (NYSE:GE). Using different metrics to find a stock price target is a valuable ingredient in stock research.

I believe using the Discounted Cash Flow valuation model for General Electric to be fair because DCF analysis can help one see where the company’s value is coming from and one can generate an opinion based on that.

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General Electric: Fundamental Analysis WACC, Cost of Debt and Cost of Equity $GE

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Understanding General Electric’s (NYSE:GE) cost of debt, cost of equity and WACC is an important factor in stock research. Using these formulas an investor will understand how much the shareholder should expect in return for the stock over the long-term, how much the company pays for its debt and how much the company needs in return to break even on its investments.

Cost of Debt

The cost of debt is the effective rate that a company pays on its total

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Analyzing General Electric’s Operating Efficiency $GE

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For investors looking for a large-cap company that is stream-lining their businesses, General Electric (NYSE:GE) is a dividend paying company that is focusing on margin expansion. Using the analysis below will indicate if General Electric’s management is achieving this goal.

Profitability

Profitability is a class of financial metrics used to assess a business’s ability to generate earnings compared with expenses and other relevant costs incurred during a specific period of time. In this section, we will look at four tests

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3M: Fundamental Analysis $MMM

In the article below I will be calculating 3M’s (NYSE:MMM) cost of debt, cost of equity and WACC. Using these formulas we will understand how much the shareholder should expect in return for the stock over the long-term, how much the company pays for its debt and how much the company needs in return to break even on its investments.

Cost of Debt

The cost of debt is the effective rate that a company pays on its total debt. As

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