The next few quarters are extremely important for the investment thesis for General Electric Company . The stock has significantly underperformed the S&P 500 and the industrial sector over the last year or so amid fears that the company might miss its target of $2 in operating earnings per share. After a 2016 in which revenue estimates were significantly lowered throughout the year, investors need to see a few quarters of stabilization in order to regain confidence.
In this vein, let's analyze what to look out for in GE's first-quarter earnings on April 21.
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