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NYSE: GE
General Electric Co Stock

GE Price
$11.33
Fair Value Price
N/A
Market Cap
$99.17B
52 Week Low
$5.48
52 Week High
$13.26
P/E
31.47x
P/B
2.98x
P/S
0.74x
PEG
1.25x
Dividend Yield
0.35%
Revenue
$73.43B
Earnings
$3.80B
Gross Margin
24.6%
Operating Margin
9.71%
Profit Margin
4.5%
Debt to Equity
6.6
Operating Cash Flow
$7B
Beta
1.16
Next Earnings
Jan 26, 2021
Ex-Dividend
Dec 18, 2020
Next Dividend
Jan 25, 2021

Zen Score

High
Medium
Low
28
Industry average

Reasons for this score

GE ($11.33) is trading below its intrinsic value of $34.37, according to Benjamin Graham's Formula from Chapter 14 of "The Intelligent Investor"
Valuation
GE is good value based on its earnings relative to its share price (31.47x), compared to the US market average 33.35x)
Valuation
GE is poor value based on its earnings relative to its share price (31.47x), compared to the US Specialty Industrial Machinery industry average (6.6x)
Valuation

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GE price to earnings (PE)

For valuing profitable companies with steady earnings
Company
31.47x
Industry
6.6x
Market
33.35x
GE is good value based on its earnings relative to its share price (31.47x), compared to the US market average 33.35x)
Valuation
GE is poor value based on its earnings relative to its share price (31.47x), compared to the US Specialty Industrial Machinery industry average (6.6x)
Valuation

GE price to book (PB)

For valuing companies that are loss-making or have lots of physical asset
Company
2.98x
Industry
5.79x
Market
54.32x
GE is good value based on its book value relative to its share price (2.98x), compared to the US market average (54.32x)
Valuation
GE is good value based on its book value relative to its share price (2.98x), compared to the US Specialty Industrial Machinery industry average (5.79x)
Valuation

GE price to earnings growth (PEG)

For valuing profitable companies with growth potential
GE is poor value relative to its rate of earnings growth, measured by PEG ratio (1.25x)
Valuation

GE's financial health

Profit margin

Revenue
$19.4B
Net Income
-$1.1B
Profit Margin
-6.1%
GE's Earnings (EBIT) of $7.13B are insufficient to safely cover interest payments on company debt ($79.46B)
Financials
GE's profit margin has increased (+10.8%) in the last year from (-6.3%) to (4.5%)
Financials

Assets to liabilities

Assets
$254.3B
Liabilities
$219.5B
Debt to equity
2.39
GE's debt has increased relative to shareholder equity (6.6), over the past 5 years ago (4.15)
Financials
GE's debt to equity ratio (6.6) is considered high
Financials

Cash flow

Operating
$1.3B
Investing
-$740.0M
Financing
-$3.0B
GE's operating cash flow ($6.70B) may not be sufficient to safely service the company's debt ($79.46B)
Financials

General Electric Stock FAQ

What is General Electric's quote symbol?

(NYSE: GE) General Electric trades on the NYSE under the ticker symbol GE. General Electric stock quotes can also be displayed as NYSE: GE.

How much is General Electric's stock price per share?

(NYSE: GE) General Electric stock price per share is $11.33 today (as of Jan 15, 2021).

What is the 52 week high and low for General Electric (NYSE: GE)?

(NYSE: GE) General Electric's 52-week high was $13.26, and its 52-week low was $5.48. It is currently -14.56% from its 52-week high and 106.75% from its 52-week low.

What is General Electric's Market Cap?

(NYSE: GE) General Electric's market cap is $99.17B, as of Jan 19, 2021.

Market cap (market capitalization) is the total market value of a publicly traded company's outstanding shares.

General Electric's market cap is calculated by multiplying GE's current stock price of $11.33 by GE's total outstanding shares of 8,753,289,000.

How much is General Electric stock worth today?

(NYSE: GE) General Electric currently has 8,753,289,000 outstanding shares. With General Electric stock trading at $11.33 per share, the total value of General Electric stock (market capitalization) is $99.17B.

General Electric stock was originally listed at a price of $24.46 in Dec 31, 1997. If you had invested in General Electric stock at $24.46, your return over the last 23 years would have been -53.67%, for an annualized return of -3.29%.
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