What so you want to know? GE is being positioned as a pure Industrial, in all the right markets for the 21st century. Its a 265Billion dollar behemoth so don't expect big reactions from billion dollar contract announcements or acquisitions.
You're right, longpickuptruck. And the long-term charts support your argument. If you look at GE's long-term chart, since 1990, there is a clear, easy-to-see performance difference in GE's stock price, and the DOW's performance, depending on which political party occupied the White House. Thanks for pointing that out!
LOL. Very funny. The U.S. dollar bottomed in March of 2009 when President Obama ended the Bush Great Recession. Since then, the U.S. dollar has been in a bull market, just like most stocks. Too bad you missed it!