GE faces massive long-term losses and major under-valuation

Since 2000, GE has lost close to $450 billion in market cap and many are waiting for the next downturn. While GE is becoming rapidly undervalued, an impending breakup may be a windfall for investors. The company’s fall has been attributed to incompetent management and a lack of vision.

Though the stock still holds value. With a current undervaluation of about $50 billion, a successful breakup could unlock huge value for investors. While markets are rocky, GE’s future is especially unclear. What do you think is next for the former energy giant?

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