TECHNICAL ANALYSIS | July 12, 2018
Kicked out of the DOW
Getting kicked out of the DOW is the most recent in a long line of ignominies for this iconic multinational conglomerate which has been in business since 1892. But bad news for a stock can be a contrarian indicator. Has GE bottomed at last or is there more pain ahead for this original member of the DOW and the only stock to have been continuously in the index since 1907?
by Stella Osoba, CMT
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