AIG: Shares Solid On Valuation Ahead Of Earnings, Technical Risks Weigh


  • The financial sector has issued weak Q4 earnings so far.
  • With strong performance from insurance stocks over the last year, the onus remains on the bulls to sustain the relative run.
  • AIG reports results in February, and I see some potential technical headwinds, despite an attractive valuation.

AIG Capital Services office building in Woodland Hills, CA, USA.

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Q4 earnings are being dragged down by the financial sector. With the bulk of bank earnings in the rearview mirror, eyes will focus on other industries like insurance. The insurance space has handily beaten the S&P 500 over

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