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HBAN and AIG....

HBAN making a nice move today. Actually testing the resistance line.
AIG, I bought a little at $4. I just don't see this humongous company going away. So much more upside than risk in my opinion.
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HBAN making a nice move today. Actually testing the resistance line.
AIG, I bought a little at $4. I just don't see this humongous company going away. So much more upside than risk in my opinion.
AIG is a steal at $4.00 and change........ I haven't seen values like this since 1999.........
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Or a suckers bet. I'm going slow with these.
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Or a suckers bet. I'm going slow with these.
Could be, but they do have the insurance division........

I have been buying amore GE than AIG.....

I have been buying JPM for about 3 months now...
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GE may be a very nice play here. It's certainly a bottom fish play. Good luck!
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HIGH RISK GE BETTER PLOY ..and EXXON........Wow!!! Now thats a sure bet as the best
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HIGH RISK GE BETTER PLOY ..and EXXON........Wow!!! Now thats a sure bet as the best

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hban making a nice move today. Actually testing the resistance line.
Aig, i bought a little at $4. I just don't see this humongous company going away. So much more upside than risk in my opinion.
ge is better ploy and exxon........wow!!!!!!!
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I'd say it's difficult to tell what's a buy because I believe the recent accounting methods to be flawed.
BTW, still slowly adding more AIG. However, I've begun holding my breath while pushing the buy button.
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