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The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. (HIG)

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64.60-0.17 (-0.26%)
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  • R
    Randall
    BofA Securities raises the PT on the Hartford to 75 dollars.
    Maintains a Neutral Rating.
  • R
    Rich
    If HIG truly cared about shareholder value, they would work to sell the company. They don't know how to grow the company and are stuck in internal political B.S.
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    Charles
    HIG dead money for two years until inflation helps them out. CEO couldn't care less about shareholder value--an objective number 120 on his list. First is to keep his gravy train job. Sold all shares today-bye DHs!
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    Celia
    Looks like hig is in a trading range moving up and dn around 1.50 a share.
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    Anonymous
    Back to $60 --DH Management not acting in best interests of shareholders so it's a strong sell.
  • C
    Celia
    Just read Chubb's earnings transcript. What I read was Chubb was moving on from their $70 per share offer. They do not look back. Does this open the door for Allianz or others? Does this mean a new higher proposal is in the works? Hig will be ok either way!
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    100M
    So we got another offer of $70 ps and rejected. Chubb must increase to more than $80 ps to enter the fair value zone. Let's see what's the next offer
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    christian
    CB pe is 21
    HIG earnings are $4.76
    Without any premium at all, to be at parity, conservative price for HIG (20 x $4.76) would be at $95.75. Discount the offer by 10% and HIG is still worth $85.7. Mayne CB isn't willing to pay up, but someone will
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    Anonymous
    Anyone wanting to buy HIG. Don’t talk to entrenched no vision CEO or Board. Make a direct tender offer to the shareholders. SHs will accept good offer despite CEO’s best effort to keep his job.
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    Ken H
    Warren would like the HIG!
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    Ricardo Velez
    Forget Chubb.....The Hartford should seek a partnership with Berkshire Hathaway if selling!

    Berkshire Hathaway would use The Hartford to finally sell Homeowner's Insurance to go along with their successful Geico Auto Insurance operations.

    If that doesn't work out, The Hartford should partner with Travelers and leave Chubb's Greenberg with egg all over his face from the failed unsolicited buyout offer and poor negotiations!
  • A
    Anonymous
    Where are all the Yahoo stories telling you that higher taxes, lawlessness and crime and buying our own avalanche of US debt and higher rates are all good for the US stock market ...seems to be a daily occurrence.
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    christian
    as soon as they're done funding their deferred comp plan, they will sell
  • A
    Anonymous
    Nice stock performance DH Management. Oh I forgot you don’t care! Your at the gym and planing vacations and can’t even be too bothered by business.
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    christian
    Reuters article similar to my post from yesterday. $80 minimum
  • A
    Anonymous
    Nice earnings report DH Management-not! Now go get your free breakfast, childcare and say something about reducing carbon and increasing diversity-you work hard to earn your millions!
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    Rich
    As an "insider", I know that the executive leadership team just doesn't have the experience to lead a growth strategy. If they truly want to maximize shareholder value, it's time to sell.
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    TOM
    Still on the top buyout candidates list. Will Chubb offer a more reasonable price? It's really a bargain even at $80 ps IMO...
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    Celia
    Earnings disclosure, Chubb makes two new buyout offers that were rejected by Hig board.
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    Anonymous
    Another day of DH HIG management having acted on “shareholders” behalf! What’s for breakfast on the house before workouts for management?