(5) AIG is cited a very different company. AIG cost taxpayers $182 billion, but AIG paid this all back. Tilson said AIG is worth $68.87 by book value, and could be $75 by the end of this year.
(6) Citigroup has value in its “good” portion of the business, and the company could raise dividends and/or buyback shares. Its tangible book value is $51.19. Citi was around $42.90 recently.
(List compiled by Kapitall Contributor Chris Lau
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