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This company paid $14 billion to shareholders in 2013 alone

Amanda Diaz
Talking Numbers
This company paid $14 billion to shareholders in 2013 alone

General Electric reports better-than-expected earnings but will that translate to better returns ahead?

General Electric shares jumped 2.5% today after Citi added the stock to its focus list following better-than-expected earnings. Since the start of 2013, the company returned nearly $14 billion to shareholders in dividends and share buybacks. But, with the stock now at multi-year highs, is it too late to buy?

On CNBC's Street Signs' Talking Numbers segment, two analysts look at what's next for GE. On the technicals is Ryan Detrick, Chief Technical Strategist at Schaeffer's Investment Research. On the fundamentals is Andrew Busch, editor and publisher of The Busch Report.

Is GE right for your portfolio? Watch the video above to see what the technicals and fundamentals have to say about it.

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