Millennial investors are snapping up GE (GE)
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General Electric named Lawrence Culp its new CEO earlier this month.

Investors on Robinhood, a free-trading app popular among younger traders, have been snapping up shares.

The company is set to report its third-quarter results later this month.

All eyes are closely watching how the new management will reset the company. 

Watch General Electric trade in real time here.

General Electric named Lawrence Culp its new CEO earlier this month, and investors on Robinhood, a free-trading app popular...


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