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While it may be hard to believe, more top-performing CAPS members are turning bullish on American International Group
After following up the original September bailout with a second act that brings the total to about $150 billion, the U.S. government has shown that it believes AIG is too big to fail. Bailout number two brought in additional capital that was needed to cover margin calls from the likes of Goldman Sachs
As the U.S. bailouts reach staggering amounts, AIG joins the list of companies -- including Fannie Mae
While AIG will likely only be a shell of its former self in the future, many see AIG's recovery as crucial to the US government and see the low stock price as worthy of a look. To see everything the very best CAPS analysts are saying now about AIG -- as well as other winning stocks they are picking -- head on over to CAPS and have a look.
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