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Shares of industrial giant General Electric Company ( NYSE:GE ) are down around 25% so far in 2017. Meanwhile, peers like Honeywell International Inc. ( NYSE:HON )  and United Technologies Corporation   ( NYSE:UTX ) are up 24% and 8%, respectively. Investors are clearly worried about GE's business today. That concern, however, has pushed the yield up to around 4%, an enticing level for income-oriented investors. Should you buy the dip?

General Electric has had a tough go of things for a decade or so. To sum it up, GE allowed its finance arm to become too large and, more importantly, move too far away from the industrial company's core business. Indeed, as the financially led recession unfolded, GE was the largest nonbank financial company in the United States.    

General Electric (GE) is an American multinational corporation operating in sectors like Consumer capital finance, Energy, Technology Infrastructure and Industrial finance. Headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut, USA. GE is one of the largest and most influential business firms across the globe. In terms of gross revenue, GE is listed as the 26th Largest Business Organization according to Fortune 500. With a unique business operation and customer satisfaction, GE has its name included among the top rankers in the surveys of different reputes.

Founded in 1892 through a merger of Edison General Electric Company, Schenectady and Thomson-Houston Electric Company of Lynn, Massachusetts, GE had its headquartered based in Connecticut, US while both the operating plants were based in New York.

Thomas Alva Edison and his peer Charles Coffin worked in neighbouring states to acquire several key patents in electric companies in the years preceeding the merger of these two megaminds to form their Brainchild GE. 

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Shares of industrial giant General Electric Company ( NYSE:GE ) are down around 25% so far in 2017. Meanwhile, peers like Honeywell International Inc. ( NYSE:HON )  and United Technologies Corporation   ( NYSE:UTX ) are up 24% and 8%, respectively. Investors are clearly worried about GE's business today. That concern, however, has pushed the yield up to around 4%, an enticing level for income-oriented investors. Should you buy the dip?

General Electric has had a tough go of things for a decade or so. To sum it up, GE allowed its finance arm to become too large and, more importantly, move too far away from the industrial company's core business. Indeed, as the financially led recession unfolded, GE was the largest nonbank financial company in the United States.    

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