A Pocket of Rich Growth

Insurance is one of the least-liked but most appreciated businesses in the country. It simply has to be marketed with a hard sell, because no one likes to pay for this every month with virtually no tangible benefit. So, when companies figure out the best way to incentivize their sales personnel to sweet-talk customers in the most positive, repeatable way, they tend to be well-rewarded by investors.

That is where Primerica (PRI) has found its niche, as the one-time Citigroup (C) subsidiary is the leading distributor of life insurance and financial products throughout the U.S. and Canada. The company and its units, spun out of Citi two years ago, insure more than 4.3 million individuals while approximately 2 million clients maintain investment accounts with the firm....474 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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