General Electric Investors Must Read This

general-electric-logoGeneral Electric (NYSE: GE) has long been crowned king of blue chip dividend stocks.

The company’s revered CEO – Jack Welch – led the company through a period of rapid growth. During his tenure from 1981 to 2001, the company’s earnings grew fourfold, it made 600 acquisitions and the market valued multiplied 28-fold.

Shares also performed handsomely for General Electric investors, rising more than 4,000% under his leadership. A couple decades of amazing performance made Welch an executive leadership guru.

That same performance made GE the most popular stock among investors over the age of 65, according to a study from Openfolio. If you’re like most Daily Profit readers, the chances are good that you own GE stock.

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Unfortunately, GE shares have lost their luster in recent years. In fact, over periods including the last two, five and 10 years, GE stock has lagged considerably behind the S&P 500 index.

GE Stock Lags S&P 500

GE-chart

Source: Yahoo Finance

To be completely fair, GE partially makes up for this underperformance in one small way.

That’s because GE’s dividend yield is currently 3.6%. That’s 80% higher than the 2% dividend yield from the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEArca: SPY). But even the bigger dividend doesn’t make up for the underperformance of GE’s stock price.

Andy Crowder and I recommended GE shares to our High Yield Trader readers in late 2013. At the time, the stock was trading at $27 and the dividend yield was 2.8%.

Since then, GE shares have fallen 3.6%. That’s been far worse than the 15.3% gain for the S&P 500 during the same period.

This may sound like a bad investment. But nothing could be further from the truth. That’s because by using a simple income strategy, we’ve been able to deliver solid profits.

Just take a look at how our investment in GE has performed. The following table compares the results of our Instant Income Strategy versus a simple investment in the stock with the dividend payments.

Instant Income Strategy: General Electric

Strategy Stock Return Dividends Instant Income Total Return
Stock -3.6% 5.8% 0.0% 2.2%
Instant Income Strategy -3.6% 5.8% 18.3% 20.5%

What you’ll see is that we’ve been able to greatly multiply the returns. And even during a period when GE stock declined, we were able to deliver a 20.5% gain.

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As you’ve already seen, this strategy can deliver healthy profits even when a stock’s price is falling.

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I look forward to speaking with you tomorrow.

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