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    1. Perhaps the most compelling reason to buy AIG is its valuation, which is extremely cheap. In fact, AIG is so cheap right now, the discounted share price far outweighs any continuing risks the company faces. AIG is actively buying back its shares and repurchased 4 million shares in 2014 as part of an announced $1 billion buyback plan. One of the best things any company can do when it trades below its inherent value is to buy back shares. 2. Expectations seem to be very low for AIG, and shares could remain at these depressed valuations until actual performance and earnings improve. But as soon as AIG starts paying out more than $0.10 per share in the form of a quarterly dividend, market confidence will improve.
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Founded in 1919, American International Group, Inc, also known as AIG, trades in the NYSE with that same ticker. It is an American multinational finance and insurance corporation that operates through three core businesses: General Insurance, Life & Retirement, and a standalone technology-enabled subsidiary. AIG was ranked 60th on the 2018 Fortune 500 list, and it is worth mentioning that it serves 87% of the Fortune Global 500 companies and 83% of the Forbes 2000. In November 2004, AIG reached a US$126 million settlement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the Justice Department partly resolving a number of regulatory matters. In late 2008, the federal government bailed out AIG for $180 billion, and assumed control. AIG began selling some assets to pay off its government loans in September 2008 despite a global decline in the valuation of insurance businesses. In 2013, the government exited its entire stake and left with a profit of $22. 7 billion for taxpayers.The company has had a wild ride, with pre-crisis high price of $1,547 per share to a low of just $8.22 per share in 2009.

1. In 2018 AIG saw $762 million in net losses from catastrophic insurance claims for the quarter, and net losses related to catastrophic insurance claims of $4.2 billion for the year. Even though some competitors also experienced losses, American International Group's net catastrophic coverage costs seemed to hurt AIG stock more than the stock of those two other insurers (NYSE:ALL, NYSE:CB). 2. It's not unheard of for claims to exceed losses from time to time for an insurer. It's a bit unusual, however, for an insurer to struggle with such losses as deeply as AIG has for as long as it has. The company may simply be trying to do so much at the same time with so many new personalities in play that it all ends up being muddied for a while longer.

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