The internet is unregulated too. Does that make it a hedge fund? You can't seem to comprehend what an insurance company is. And what is with all of this jew business? What does that have to do with anything. Is the world simply full of hedge funds and non hedge funds, and jews and non jews. You live in a very black and white world. I don't put people like you on ignore. I will stop reading your posts though, if you can't say something intelligent. If you rerread my two previous posts, I clearly stated why you are wrong about your opionion that AIG is just a Hedge Fund, firstly based upon what they do as a business, and secondly how they are heavily regulated. You have not said one single thing that clearly explains why you believe AIG is a hedge fund. That's because you can't can't. They are not a hedge fund. You are just throwing a label around without knowing its meaning. Go buy an insurance policy, and then go invest in a hedge fund. Then you will understand how silly your clueless generalization is. PS I own AIG at $54.45 a share. I am ready to buy more. We will see $65 again in less than a year.
I don't know who you're asking this question of, but I haven't bought AIG stock directly in years, much less hyped it as a buy at $73, just what I'm exposed to in the mutual funds which cannot be avoided.
Your explantion of your hedge-fund position was very eloquent - I give you credit for that and some of your other posts are also good.
But I still stand by my other criticisms of you, you do post a lot of crap.