General Electric’s Rise From Mediocrity

General Electric’s Rise From Mediocrity http://seekingalpha.com/article/3074046?source=ansh-en $GE

Update: 4/18/2015

I am really getting the hang of the Seeking Alpha site , and it is really a nice setup. Make sure you check it out. I really never got into it completely until I wrote that first article last week. Once I logged in on my PC, the site opened up to me. I had no idea how to post comments or respond to them. I have been using my phone exclusively. However, once I logged in with my PC, I began to see that there was more to experience than what the mobile platform allowed.

Make sure you check out Seeking Alpha on a PC. Good luck and have a great weekend.

Keep cranking,

Robert the DividendDreamer

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Well, I am now a published writer. I had a tremendous amount of apprehension regarding this move forward. However, Seeking Alpha has made the effort a very pleasing experience. I hope all of you who visit my blog will enjoy the article I wrote. Please let me know how my rookie effort fared.

Keep cranking,

Robert the DividendDreamer 
AKA-  Seeking Dividends

This has really been a great week. I can only hope for it to continue. Good luck to all. Thanks again.

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12 Responses to General Electric’s Rise From Mediocrity

  1. Congrats! I like the article. Normally, my analyses are more numbers-based, so it’s nice to see articles that give me a broad picture overview of the company and its future. Great work!

    • You know that is exactly why I wrote the article. Numbers are great, but sometimes, I think that people get blindsided by numbers and do not see anything but the extremely large and complicated numbers before them. I just did a K-1 on my taxes and my total return was 106 pages long. I have had enough of numbers for a while. I told my wife that I was going to write an article that was not based on numbers. I am glad you noticed that. Thanks for the encouragement. Good luck.

      Keep cranking,

      Robert the DividendDreamer

  2. mstcourtjester says:

    Congratulations! Great article, very professional. Dreams do come true! πŸ™‚

    • Small steps at a time. Thanks for the kind words. Look for my next article, it is a little more numbers based. I am just waiting for it to publish.

      Keep cranking,

      Robert the DividendDreamer

      • mstcourtjester says:

        I signed up and am a follower.

      • Thanks. I am really enjoying being involved with this blog and the new adventures. It feels fantastic to be able to communicate with people with similar interests. Thanks so very much.

        Keep cranking,

        Robert the DividendDreamer

  3. Robert,

    Great article. Congrats on publishing it. Considering your personal commitment to the company via your large capital investment, it’s great to see your perspective.

    MDP

    • Thanks for stopping by. I have had a wonderful day, and week, for that matter. I would love to keep writing and see how that goes. Good luck and thanks again.

      Keep cranking,

      Robert the DividendDreamer

  4. Vivianne says:

    Nicely done! I can tell people that I know a “celebrity” now!! πŸ˜›
    With a large stock buy back, during the “crash” time or massive sell off, Big Brother can step in and help investor stop loss.

    My other concern about GE is the rate goes up, that’s when the financial side will make money, and they are selling the profitable segment, it seems silly. I’d rather see a spin off into GE Capital or GE Financial or something and get the extra stocks, and the company will save on tax. GE just posted a loss because of it.

  5. Ogie says:

    Congratulations on becoming a part of SA, I am a regular reader over there. Great stock analysis on GW I must say and I know you own gazillion shares of GE πŸ™‚

    Do you still trade GE getting in and out on some of your shares or are you going to hold it for a long time now since it went up?

    Take care

    • I have been holding tight and reinvesting for many years. It took me quite a few years to build the position to where it is today. I have made a few in and out round trips over the years, but only in IRA accounts. I have a long term gain in place on the open account, and I am waiting to lay claim to it at a much higher price. Now, I do trade in certain accounts. Right now, I am upside down on my T trade, but I am so far ahead for the year, I am just collecting the dividends in the meantime.
      Thanks for stopping by.

      Keep cranking,

      Robert the DividendDreamer

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