Letting The Air Out Of Insurers' Overblown AssetsLarry Light
Insurance companies these days are collapsing in droves. Yet Nostradamus himself would have a hard time predicting the next to go belly-up. For mere consumers, anxious about policies they've bought to fund retirement or to support their families after they die, divining an insurance company's well-being is well-nigh impossible.
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