Hold the parent, buy the spinoff

Over the span of 100 years, General Electric became one of the world’s largest conglomerates through a series of acquisitions, including many that were outside its main electrical products businesses such as insurance and broadcast TV networks.
After the 2008 financial crisis, GE decided to unwind… Read More

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GE HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGIES INC. $79 is a buy. The company (Nasdaq symbol GEHC; Manufacturing sector; Shares outstanding: 479.7 million; Market cap: $37.9 billion; Dividend yield: 0.2%; Takeover Target Rating: Medium; www.gehealthcare.com) makes X-ray equipment, MRIs and ultrasound scanners.
The company took its current form in January 2023 when General Electric… Read More

Spinoffs & Takeovers Hotline – Friday, June 2, 2023

TECNOGLASS INC., $40.75, symbol TGLS on New York, is a leading producer of architectural glass, windows, and associated aluminum products serving the multi-family, single-family, and commercial end markets. Tecnoglass is the second largest glass fabricator serving the U.S. and the #1 architectural glass transformation company… Read More

GE’s spinoff plan still on track

GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. $101 remains a hold. The conglomerate (New York symbol GE; Conservative Growth Portfolio, Manufacturing & Industry sector; Shares outstanding: 1.1 billion; Market cap: $111.1 billion; Price-to-sales ratio: 1.4; Dividend yield: 0.3%; TSINetwork Rating: Average; www.ge.com) recently spun off its healthcare products business (X-ray equipment, MRI… Read More

GE breakup plan holds promise

Conglomerate General Electric is moving ahead with its plan to break itself into three separate companies: Healthcare products (X-ray equipment, MRI and ultrasound scanners); renewable energy and power (turbines and equipment for wind farms); and Aviation equipment (jet engines).
Studies show that spinoffs tend to outperform… Read More