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GENERAL ELECTRIC CO (NYSE:GE) showing some interesting technicals. Here's why.

By Mill Chart

Last update: Sep 12, 2023

Our stockscreener has identified a possible breakout setup on GENERAL ELECTRIC CO (NYSE:GE). This occurs when the stock consolidates following a significant upward movement. While the breakout outcome cannot be guaranteed, it may be worth monitoring NYSE:GE for potential opportunities.

GE Daily chart on 2023-09-12

Technical analysis of NYSE:GE

ChartMill employs a sophisticated system to assign a Technical Rating to every stock in its analysis. This rating, which ranges from 0 to 10, is determined by carefully assessing multiple technical indicators and properties.

Overall GE gets a technical rating of 7 out of 10. This is due to a consistent overall performance, although we see some doubts in the very recent evolution. In the medium time frame things are still looking good.

  • The short term is neutral, but the long term trend is still positive. Not much to worry about for now.
  • When comparing the yearly performance of all stocks, we notice that GE is one of the better performing stocks in the market, outperforming 97% of all stocks. We also observe that the gains produced by GE over the past year are nicely spread over this period.
  • GE is part of the Industrial Conglomerates industry. There are 10 other stocks in this industry. GE outperforms 88% of them.
  • GE is currently trading near its 52 week high, which is a good sign. The S&P500 Index is trading in the upper part of its 52 week range, but not near new highs, so GE is leading the market.
  • In the last month GE has a been trading in a tight range between 110.02 and 115.85.

For an up to date full technical analysis you can check the technical report of GE

How does the Setup look for NYSE:GE

In addition to the Technical Rating, ChartMill provides a Setup Rating for each stock. This rating, ranging from 0 to 10, assesses the level of consolidation in the stock based on multiple short-term technical indicators. Currently, NYSE:GE has a 8 as its setup rating, indicating its current consolidation status.

Besides having an excellent technical rating, GE also presents a decent setup pattern. We see reduced volatility while prices have been consolidating in the most recent period. There is very little resistance above the current price. There is a support zone below the current price at 113.56, a Stop Loss order could be placed below this zone.

Trading breakout setups.

To potentially initiate a trade, it is common practice to wait for the stock to break out of the consolidation zone. This breakout signifies a potential upward movement, and traders may enter the stock at that point. Conversely, if the stock falls back below the consolidation zone, it may be sold at a loss.

This article should in no way be interpreted as trading advice. You should always make your own analysis and trade or not trade based on your own observations and style. The article is based purely on some technical observations.

Every day, new breakout setups can be found on ChartMill in our Breakout screener.

Keep in mind

Important Note: The content of this article is not intended as trading advice. It is essential to perform your own analysis and exercise caution when making trading decisions. The article presents observations created by automated analysis but does not guarantee any trading or investment outcomes. Always trade responsibly and make independent judgments.



NYSE:GE (12/8/2023, 8:41:57 AM)


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