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By george bocchetti philip song and sundeep kutumbaka

Yay GE…Shay PC

By George Bocchetti, Philip Song, and Sundeep Kutumbaka


General electric

General Electric

  • Our recommendation: BUY limit at 16.00


General electric background

General Electric: Background

  • GE has technology, media, and financial services

  • GE started in 1876 by Thomas Edison, who founded the Edison General Electric Company

  • Through various mergers that became General Electric as we know it today

  • GE is listed in the Dow Jones

  • It is the world’s third largest company as of September 30, 2008(Market cap)

  • Headquarters in Fairfield, Connecticut


General electric what they do

General Electric: What They Do

  • From household appliances to power plants, General Electric is plugged in to businesses that have shaped the modern world.

  • The company produces:

    • Transportation equipment for aircrafts, automobiles, and locomotives.

    • kitchen and laundry appliances.

    • Lighting, electric distribution and control equipment, including generators and turbines.

    • Medical imaging equipment.

  • GE is also one of the main financial service companies in the U.S., with business in commercial finance, consumer finance, and energy financial services.

http://finance.aol.com/company/general-electric-company/ge/nys/company-description


General electric basic numbers

General Electric: Basic Numbers

  • Current Price: $17.55

  • P/E Ratio: 8.36

  • F P/E Ratio: 15.16

  • Beta: 1.01

  • Dividend: $0.31

  • Dividend Yield: 7.07%

  • EPS: 2.10

  • 52-Week Low: $12.58

  • 52-Week High: $38.52

  • Market Cap:$184.20B  

  • Institutional Ownership: 54%

Stats as of 12/04/08


General electric 3 months

General Electric: 3 Months


General electric 6 months

General Electric: 6 Months


Ge vs s p500 3 months

GE VS. S&P500: 3 Months


Ge vs s p500 6 months

GE VS. S&P500: 6 Months


General electric potential

General Electric: Potential

  • Revenue of 2007 was $172, 738 million

  • Profit was $72,807 million

  • Target Price: $23.00

  • November 13, 2008: CEO and Vice Chairman bought $1,570,744.44 worth of GE shares, or 100,000 shares

  • October 1, 2008: Directors bought 5867 shares


General electric recent news

General Electric: Recent News

  • Currently just submitted bids for hydroelectric power projects along with Plutonic Power of Canada

  • November 26, 2008: GE Money India cut costs and restructured business model to adapt to financial state

  • November 20, 2008: Began work with Transformational Medical Technologies Initiative (TMTI) to make virtual human that will help drug design(Contract awarded by Department of Defense)

  • November 19, 2008: Installed plant at South Africa Sasol facility

  • October 1, 2008: Buffett invested $3 billion in GE


Panasonic

Panasonic

  • Our recommendation: SELL SHORT limit at $12.00


Panasonic background

Panasonic: Background

  • Panasonic manufactures electronic devices and appliances in an array of business areas

  • Founded in 1918; its first product was a duplex lamp socket. It then began producing devices such as bicycle lamps, electric irons, and motors.

  • After WWII it supplied Japan with bicycles and radios

  • The founder’s brother started Sanyo as a supplier to Panasonic, Sanyo is now a competitor

  • Headquarters: Kadoma, Japan


Panasonic what they do

Panasonic: What They Do

  • PC is engaged in the production and sales of electronic and electric products.

  • Panasonic offers a multitude of different products for business, industrial, and consumer use.

  • Most products bear the Panasonic brand name. Some regional brand names include:

    • “National” for household electronics sold in Japan

    • “Technics” for high-fidelity systems


Panasonic what they do cont d

Panasonic: What They Do (Cont’d)

  • The Company’s segments comprise audiovisual connection networks, home appliances, components and devices, Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd. (MEW) and PanaHome Corporation.

  • In August 2007, Victor Company of Japan Ltd. (JVC) and its consolidated subsidiaries became associated companies from Matsushita’s consolidated subsidiaries.


Panasonic basic numbers

Panasonic: Basic Numbers

  • Current Price: $11.06

  • P/E Ratio: 7.14

  • F P/E Ratio: Unpredicted

  • Beta: 0.97

  • Dividend: $0.23

  • Dividend Yield: 4.26%

  • EPS: 1.55

  • 52-Week Low: $11.29  

  • 52-Week High: $24.38  

  • Market Cap:$22.90B    

  • Institutional Ownership: 6%

Stats as of 12/04/08


Panasonic 3 months

Panasonic: 3 Months


Panasonic 6 months

Panasonic: 6 Months


Pc vs s p500 3 months

PC vs. S&P500: 3 Months


Pc vs s p500 6 months

PC vs. S&P500: 6 Months


Panasonic potential

Panasonic: Potential

  • Downgraded to sell on November 27th.

  • Net profit forecast for this year is down 40%.

  • Net profit forecast for 2009 slashed by 90%.

  • Rival Sanyo Electric Corporation gaining leverage over most of its sales.

  • Panasonic is trying to get a stake in Sanyo but is competing with Goldman Sachs.

  • Sales of Panasonic televisions expected to drop 10% more by the end of this year.


Panasonic recent news

Panasonic: Recent News

  • http://www.newsoxy.com/panasonic/article11400.html - Nov 30. Director of Panasonic Slashes 2009 profit forecast by 90%.

  • http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601101&sid=ahOa0QumDikk&refer=japan – Dec 1. Panasonic trying to get a stake in Sanyo but is competing with Goldman Sachs.

  • http://www.techradar.com/news/world-of-tech/panasonic-slashes-profit-forecasts-489143?src=rss&attr=all – Nov 27. Panasonic “revises” this year’s profit forecast by 40%.

  • http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601101&refer=japan&sid=aUJDpdwOJrz0 – Nov 28. Japan’s recession deepens; weaker demand for Panasonic flat screen TVs.


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