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Top-performing CAPS members keep pouring onto the bullish side of Conseco
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Health and life insurer Conseco followed seven consecutive quarterly losses with a quarterly profit in the first quarter, and expects to post a quarterly profit again for the second quarter. The company expects to have much smaller investment losses compared with last year, as markets have rebounded in recent months, which could also take some pressure off other insurers like AIG
After getting back in the black in the first quarter, when Berkshire Hathaway's
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