Why the Top-Performing Investing Newsletter Loves These Stocks

On Friday's edition of Where the Money Is, Motley Fool financial analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson took a look at some of The Motley Fool's newsletter services and the formal stock recommendations made there, to tell investors whether or not they agree with the analysts' picks.

In this segment, the guys look at the Fool's Inside Value service, the top performing investment newsletter service over the past five years as tracked by Mark Hulbert of the Wall Street Journal. The guys take a look at some of their favorite stocks in the financial sector from the Inside Value picks, including AIG (NYSE: AIG  ) , Markel (NYSE: MKL  ) , Progressive (NYSE: PGR  ) and Bank of America (NYSE: BAC  ) , discussing what qualms they have, if any, with the picks, and which among them are the guys' favorites.

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