It's not a perfect track record, but history suggests investors generally make money buying the...


It's not a perfect track record, but history suggests investors generally make money buying the dip in P&C insurers following a catastrophe, says the team at Sandler O'Neill. Stocks down in the 10% area following the event generally rise about 10% once they make their loss levels known. Worth adding: Progressive (PGR), Allstate (ALL), and AIG.

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