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might GE be the best infrastructure investment thesis with a financial kicker

buyitcheap on seekingalpha asked on “Investing in Infrastructure” (a.k.a. “Infrastructure: Power Grids and Bridges” article I posted on July 31, 2008)

Any thoughts on ETFs or other vehicle that might be available or are individual companies the only play?

Actually…this might be a crazy idea but… how about GE? More and more of their portfolio is geared towards global industrial and infrastructure needs. Oil, petrochemical, aerospace, engines, railroad components. Restructuring to spin off it’s legacy, dead-weight consumer appliances businesses. They have so many businesses that they’re almost like a ETF. GE’s finance arm took down the rest of the company, the good infrastructure parts of the company. But for those who are looking for the recovery and best long-term gain in the financials, why not GE- with a finance division AND great infrastructure?

Weird idea not being mentioned…but love to hear pros and cons….

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