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No. 15 AIG vs. No. 2 Goldman Sachs
Adami reiterated that it wasn't about past performance. "It's all about what has potential in terms of the stock," he said, picking 15th-seeded AIG and adding, "The stock's got some mojo.
Kinahan didn't buy it.
"Just like any big game, you don't fade the champion," he said. "I've got to think Goldman Sachs all the way."
Seymour made it another backer of No. 2 seed Goldman Sachs.
"AIG I could never vote for after what they did to us in 2008 and into the crisis. Sorry, it's personal," he said. "These guys were way taken over their skis in terms of taking risks, and it's tough to forgive that."
By contrast, Goldman Sachs was seeing a return to investment banking and its stock wasn't expensive on a price-to-book basis, Seymour added.
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Kelly tied it up by selecting AIG.
"Yes, we've already bailed out AIG. Do you think they're going to let that company go down again? Absolutely not," he said. "Goldman Sachs, nobody likes them anymore. Their business is being destroyed, whittled away.
"I say AIG goes through on this round."
The 2-2 tie sent the tiebreaking vote to the "Fast Money" Twitter followers.
Their pick: Goldman Sachs.