Shepard agrees to: ``We're comfortable with our solvency but in these volatile times we think it's prudent to run our capital levels higher,'' Chief Executive Officer Don Shepard said on a conference call. See rest of article:
If AEG doesn't hold $9.90 support which I doubt it will it may tumble all the way to $5. Even though under $10 it begins to represent good value 350 mil shares on the market will be a big-big drag. It trades 7-8 mil shares on average in Amsterdam and 350 million shares is 45-50 days supply of shares. See my post 2245. It will not be a quick drop, but a slow spiral, because half this shares will be sold to Aegon which in turn will sell them in the open market later on.