GE sets new 52 week low


Hoid
#61
I don't have to see his portfolio to know buying GE was a mistake.

He should have been selling it. That would have worked great
 
pgs
+1
#62
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

And you troll him, because?

I donít troll , however if I did it would be because he is even more thick headed and obtuse then you .poor little George .
 
pgs
-1
#63
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

I don't have to see his portfolio to know buying GE was a mistake.

He should have been selling it. That would have worked great

Did you ?
 
Hoid
+1
#64
Did I what?

Did I sell GE stock?
 
Hoid
#65
Here is a GE tip for bottom fishers: GE will get nearly wiped out between now and end december by tax loss selling.

that might be a good time to jump in there for a quick trade.

long term GE is dead in the water.
 
Curious Cdn
+1
#66
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

I donít troll , however if I did it would be because he is even more thick headed and obtuse then you .poor little George .

You most definitely do troll, pigs. I suppose that you have no choice as you seem to be mostly devoid of content.
 
Hoid
#67
He lacks substance
 
MHz
#68
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

OUch

GE sets another 52 week low at $10.93

How much money are you pretending to have lost Walter?

We lost Walnut? Damn, anything else come across your desk??
 
Curious Cdn
+1 / -1
#69
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

We lost Walnut? Damn, anything else come across your desk??

Sell it in a panic yet, Walter?

President's Choice Memories of Nortel
 
MHz
#70
Walnuts for sale. Penny/kg, but I can go lower if need-be.
 
Walter
+1
#71
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Sell it in a panic yet, Walter?

President's Choice Memories of Nortel

Bought more, it's called DCA.
 
petros
-1
#72
That split should be any day.
 
Hoid
#73
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Bought more, it's called DCA.

lol

Its called bag holding

at least wait until next month when everyone starts tax loss selling the shit out of the pig.

then pretend to buy.
 
Curious Cdn
#74
Quote: Originally Posted by walter View Post

bought more, it's called dca.

lol!

Doa ...
 
Danbones
#75
From the GE chart one can see GE has spent about 5 % of its life above this price and 95% of its life below this price.

So in reality, you trumphaters are talking coocoo...AGAIN!

Then when you figure inflation vs value into the pricing over time, with regards to actual assets, and production vs debt, heh, then you guys are just lost.

I guess that's why George has to work so hard at such an advanced age.

Take note Hoid, of what to expect when, ( well, IF!) you grow up.
Last edited by Danbones; Nov 16th, 2018 at 09:42 AM..
 
Hoid
#76
I was wondering when someone would actually make Walter look cogent.
 
Curious Cdn
#77
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

From the GE chart one can see GE has spent about 5 % of its life above this price and 95% of its life below this price.

So in reality, you trumphaters are talking coocoo...AGAIN!
Then when you figure inflation vs value into the pricing over time, with regards to actual assets, and production vs debt, heh, then you guys are just lost.
I guess that's why George has to work so hard at such an advanced age.

Take note Hoid, of what to expect when, ( well, IF!) you grow up.

George works hard at the "advanced age" of 62 because George is a knowledge worker/expert who is valued in his industry. I suppose that I can an retire a little early and go slowly bonkers as you apparently have but I value the condition of my grey matter and I may not retire at all.
 
petros
#78
When it comes to giants like GE the current series of stocks are merely the table scraps of an entrails feast.

The smart investors know another split is inevitable which means buying now at dirt cheap is a BOGO.

Georgie porgie will be getting pudding and pie.
 
Hoid
#79
A stock split is meaningless.
 
petros
+1
#80
Is it? Please explain in full?

Why does a division like GE Transportation have an $18B backlog of orders?
Last edited by petros; Nov 17th, 2018 at 10:24 PM..
 
Hoid
#81
god help us
 
Curious Cdn
#82
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Is it? Please explain in full?
Why does a division like GE Transportation have an $18B backlog of orders?

Steel and alunimum suddenly got too expensive to fabricate product at a profit?
 
petros
#83
Nooooo.
 
Hoid
#84
And another 52 week low of $7.53

booyah
 
Hoid
#85
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Another day another low.

$13.32

About to test the 2008 levels.

btw they are through the 2008 levels now.

I wonder why?
 
Kreskin
+2
#86
I'm not a fan of seeing anyone lose money. I hope they can turn it around.
 
Curious Cdn
#87
GE is a great and historic American brand and it's a shame to watch it succumb to the likes of Siemens and Samsung. America is finding it increasingly difficult to stay "current".
 
Danbones
#88
Oh look samsung at a 52 week low too!

https://markets.businessinsider.com/chart/samsung

How could anyone be as consistently as wrong as you are?

You didn't clean out the meth twiggs and the crack brush and your brain burned out or something?
 
taxslave
#89
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

btw they are through the 2008 levels now.
I wonder why?

as always your posting on subjects you know nothing about is facinating.
 
Hoid
#90
you're
 

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