You guys keep counting just the stock chaser's floating shares.
Recalculate that number after it's diluted with the Government's 80%.
And why would you think their trading unit would lose money on a 56% increase in the market over the last few months?
But that's ok... Take that 1.6 Billion net, and divide it into that 180 billion they owe. Let me know how long it's going to take them to pay back the government if they use every dime of profit they make. A hundred years or so?
You stock chasers tickle me to death. If you guys would just learn what you own here, you'd run so fast for the exit, the turnstile would take off like a helicopter blade.
dude, first of all it is not 160 billion but 80billion. please go and see the book value for AIG, Total assets less liabiities. AIG can easily sell some assets to repay the debts to the Government. AIG is going to do it in their own time when these assets fetch good value. AIG is going to reach $100 regardsless of the proganda against it.