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It is currently 7.70 a share. It was over $25.00 a share 6 months ago and back in November it was around $20.00
How low will it go?
I figure it's a good investment if it goes to $5
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I can't answer the question, we're in a national and global recession combined with an administration at war with business - which is why there's no buyers for any stocks, funds or sectors - for the long term, though, you almost have to start dollar cost averaging in. I still have some in cash as I've been on strike against putting any more in the market. I was saving to pay off my house eventually with this but as the market just keeps dropping and dropping, I can't help but think I need to dollar cost average in with that money.
Can't help you on GE speificially except for the thread bump.