SOURCE: StockCall


September 20, 2010 09:47 ET

Opinions on Genworth Financial and American International Group - Life Insurance Industry's Latest Updates

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire - September 20, 2010) - offers investors comprehensive research on the life insurance industry and has completed analytical research on Genworth Financial Inc. (NYSE: GNW) and American International Group Inc. (NYSE: AIG). Register with us today at to have free access to these researches. 

The Life Insurance industry which includes companies like Genworth Financial Inc. and American International Group Inc. received some interesting news recently when a survey came out saying over 35 million households in the U.S. were uninsured, up from just 24 million in 2004. This was the highest number in nearly 50 years. However, it isn't a sign that American's are no longer interested in the product as around 40% of households claimed to need the product. Instead, it's believed that the recession has caused a rise in contract-based employees and also many companies have cut life insurance out of their benefits packages. Investors looking for free research on Genworth Financial Inc. and American International Group Inc. are welcome to sign up at or is an online platform where investors doing their due-diligence on the life insurance industry can have easy and free access to our analyst research and opinions on Genworth Financial Inc. and American International Group Inc.; all investors need to do is register for a complimentary membership at

To counteract this many companies within the sector are adding new agents to try and sell to the historically hard to reach middle-income segment of the population. Amidst the recession, another survey has shown that American's awareness of financial decisions has increased and that consumers should increasingly look to big trustworthy companies when buying policies. Register now at to have free access to our reports on the life insurance industry.

Another hot topic within the Life Insurance sector revolves around the controversial use of Retained-Asset Accounts. These accounts, which defer payment to beneficiaries and instead place the money into an interest yielding account, were recently removed from insurance policies used for soldiers by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Retained asset accounts have been contested legally in many states, however most judges have ruled in favor of insurers. Visit to see how companies in this industry have grown over the past years and how they are expected to perform in the future.

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