BUY
A very good property and casualty insurer. He prefers Chubb, but insurers do well in this stage of the cycle.
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SELL ON STRENGTH
Great recovery. Sold on strength of the stock to move elsewhere. Still struggling on the life insurance side in Europe and the US.
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STRONG BUY
It's been a laggard for many years. As soon as long-term bond yields rose, this has performed well. This should be trading 50% higher, so he's very bullish.
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HOLD
A lifeco based in Holland with many operations in the U.S. Like all its European peers, it has suspended its dividend. Actually, the PE is less than 4x. AEG and most lifecos will survive this crisis; the assets side of their balance sheet are strong with highly rated bonds. Selling this is painful and criminal, so just endure the pain and ride it out. This is a strange time, but investors shouldn't fear that we're entering a black hole.
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DON'T BUY
Financials are out of favour and European lifecos are more out of favour. The regulator thinks they are in perfectly fine financial shape. People would rather sell regardless of yield and financials are being given away.
Financial Services
BUY
He owns this and is underwater on it. It pays a great dividend and they just increased it again. This is still a buy for him. It is an insurance and wealth management company.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jan 31/19, Down 15%) They keep on raising the dividend. Private equity is paying so much more for businesses than investors are that we expect to see some businesses divested from AEG-N. This would be a catalyst.
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COMMENT
Brexit deal positive for them? Doesn't know how Brexit will effect them. 33% of their business is in the UK and half in the U.S. They've been struggling like all insurers because of low interest rates. If those rates don't rise, AEG will languish. They have enough capital, and boast reasonable total returns. Dividend is high at 7%.
Financial Services
HOLD
He owns this one as he paid over $7. He still likes the wealth management and insurance businesses. Negative interest rates are impacted their profitability although he thinks it is very dangerous. Longer term he thinks rates will return. He is happy to continue holding it, but will be looking for tax loss selling in the spring.
Financial Services
WEAK BUY
It is a 50% US / 50% Europe insurance company. The dividend is covered by cash flow. It is suffering with zero interest rates that are killing the entire sector. They are making money and are profitable. You will have to live through a volatile time.
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HOLD
Long term? A big Dutch insurer. They were too active for him, selling off division and buying new ones. Good dividend. This could return to double digits. He's happy to wait. They almost didn't survive the 2008 recession, but is doing much better now. But for now, he'll collect the dividend and see if it improves.
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DON'T BUY
The Dutch mortgage market has some troubling yield issues. Refinancing will be challenged as a result. He thinks there is some upside, but it is leveraged to higher interest rates. He thinks there are better opportunities out there.
Financial Services
PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jan 16/18, Down 19%) He's owned this since 2014. It reported last week: revenues and earnings were down, but increased their dividend which is fat and what's he looking for. He sees this going to $20, but that's a long way off.
Financial Services
TOP PICK
Dutch insurance company but 50% of their business is in the US. Selling for 6 times earnings. Very well capitalized. A flat yield curve is hurting them. Trading for 40% tangible book value. He thinks its worth at least double the current share price. (Analysts’ price target is $6.84)
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Dec 08/17, Down 24%) All his picks from a year ago have done badly. This is a huge insurance company out of Holland. It is a very big company. They pay a very nice dividend that just went up 14%. The cap ratios are better. They are selling off some things that will reduce revenues but they expect to growth them back. Dividends allow him to be stupid longer and he is happy to sit with this one. (Guest's target: $20).
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Aegon N.V.(AEG-N) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 1

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 1

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On 2022-11-22, Aegon N.V. (AEG-N) stock closed at a price of $4.86.