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: The expansion strategies of these individual companies not withstanding, I believe that the most attractive banking regions remain in coastal regions and other metropolitan areas where local business and real estate activity is growing.
One of your investment rules (from the book, the book!) is that folks should sell companies that have accounting problems. Given the recent Securities Exchange Commission inquiry into the company's option grants, should I still hold onto UnitedHealth Group (UNH) - Get Report?-- Andy from Utah
: First of all, this is a stock I own in my charitable trust
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In my opinion, the recent sell off in UNH is more a function of a harsh rotation out of the healthcare sector than it is a reflection of any material problems at the company. With that in mind, I believe the stock can eventually trade back up toward $60.
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