General Electric (GE) - All you need to know

Read our comprehensive, beginner-friendly guide to General Electric shares. Learn everything you need to know to start investing today.
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Updated: Sep 13, 2022
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What is General Electric?

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General Electric is a multinational conglomerate that does business in several different industries. One of the largest companies in the United States, GE manufactures everything from electric motors to aircraft engines, wind turbines and other renewable energy machinery, and even software and financial ventures.

Before you start, read our Stock Markets 101 course to familiarise yourself with the market and how it works. It offers a series of simple tips and pointers on what to look out for and how to start investing.

How to invest in General Electric

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The list below shows you all the different ways of buying General Electric. Read through them all to find out what’s available to you and which method suits your style best.

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