AIG will continue to thrive even after CEO Robert Benmosche steps down in September because he set the formerly failed insurer on the right path, said Jim Kee, President of South Texas Money Management. Kee said that AIG has the potential to raise its dividend as well. He is also bullish on Microsoft, saying the tech giant has new energy now that Steve Ballmer has left to run the Clippers. Finally, Kee said Intel still has tremendous upside despite its fantastic run so far this year. He maintained that the stock is still undervalued, especially for a company with too much talent to ignore.

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