General Electric: Be Careful What You Wish For

  • General Electric’s Oil and Gas division and Baker Hughes recently announced plans to join forces.

  • Some have suggested that this is a slam dunk win-win for all parties. I am not so sure.

  • General Electric may have bitten off more than the company can chew. This may cause margins to take a hit. The prospects for a dividend increase near term have diminished.

  • Nevertheless, there may be a silver lining for prospective and current shareholders. In the following article I provide my two cents for dividend growth investors to take or leave.

Source: SA

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