Home > Glossary

Glossary

LikeForex.com glossary is the most complete financial glossary on the internet, helping thousands of individuals keep up-to-date with today's financial world.

Did you run across an unfamiliar term when applying for a forex trading account? Do you read a vague term in your home mortgage agreement? Do you see a strange financial term in a company quarterly report? LikeForex.com glossary get all those answers for you.

With the largest financial term glossary databases on the internet, covering all areas in the financial sector. Currently it has more than 40,000 financial terms, and new terms are added frequently.

LikeForex.com glossary is comprehensive and easy to navigate. Do we miss anything? Tell us.

Search Keyword:

Financial terms in "Insurance"

1. products tampering insurance

2. charterers legal liability coverage

3. negligence per se

4. personal liability coverage

5. expediting expense coverage

6. subscriber

7. Canada Pension Plan (CPP)

8. securitization

9. accounts receivable coverage

10. Federal Insurance Contribution Act (FICA) of 1935

11. waste load allocation

12. Occurrence

13. registered agent

14. deductible, annual aggregate

15. Miller Act of 1935

16. hazard class pricing

17. noncombustible construction

18. combination plan reinsurance

19. disciplinary proceeding expense coverage

20. net risk (risk limitation)

21. segregated cell captive (SCC)

22. engagement letter

23. Approved for Reinsurance

24. electronic funds transfer (EFT) system coverage

25. rental reimbursement coverage endorsement

26. Lien

27. Derivative

28. beneficiary

29. inland marine coverage

30. equipment floater

31. at-risk construction management

32. safe burglary insurance

33. retention

34. pair or set clause

35. written premium

36. joint life annuity

37. Fraternal Insurer

38. Umpire

39. loss reserve stability

40. underlying coverage

41. equitable subrogation

42. market value clause

43. comprehensive personal liability

44. underinsured motorist coverage

45. conservator

46. Open Competition States

47. financial risk management

48. estimator

49. self-procurement taxes

50. retaliatory law

51. concealment

52. strike-through clause

53. professional corporation

54. per risk excess reinsurance

55. boom coverage

56. zero-beta asset

57. divisible contract clause

58. renewal policy

59. subject of insurance

60. subrogation release

61. Policy Dividend Options

62. trial court

63. private crop-hail insurance

64. Reduced Paid-up Insurance Option

65. Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (COGSA) of 1936

66. payroll deduction

67. basic limits

68. index clause

69. bailee's customers insurance

70. cancel and rewrite

71. experience modifier

72. rate on line (ROL)

73. Responsible Reporting Entity (RRE)

74. total insurable value (TIV)

75. stock option claims

76. systems performance insurance

77. occupational accident

78. financial institution buyer credit policy

79. return on equity (ROE)

80. avoidance

81. claims-made reinsurance

82. insurance company dividend

83. Fellow in Risk Management (FRM)

84. Liability

85. group certificate

86. deposit accounting

87. risk concentration

88. cash balance pension plans

89. financial needs approach

90. mutual benefit association

91. policy year

92. Loss Expectancy

93. claims reserve

94. Named Peril

95. Associate in Loss Control Management (ALCM)

96. hedge instrument

97. business risk exclusion

98. insurance agent

99. risk pool

100. loss conditions

Note: Maximum 100 records reached. Please narrow your search.

Featured term of the day

Definition / Meaning of

Convertible Hedge

Categories: Strategies,

When you use a convertible hedge, you buy a convertible bond, which you can exchange under certain circumstances for shares of the company's common stock. At the same time, you sell short the common stock of the same company. As in any hedge, your goal is to make more money on one of the transactions than you lose on the other. For example, if the price of the stock falls, you're in a position to make money on the short sale while at the same time knowing that the convertible bond will continue to be at least as valuable as other bonds the company has issued. On the other hand, if the stock gains value, you hope to be able to realize more profit from either selling the convertible or exchanging it for shares you can sell than it costs you to have borrowed and repaid the shares you sold short.There are no guarantees this strategy or any other hedging strategy will work, especially for an individual investor who faces the challenge of identifying an appropriate security to hedge and the appropriate time to act.

Most popular terms

1. Management Liability Insurance
2. No-load Mutual Fund
3. Substitute Check
4. Roth 401(k)
5. Contingent Commission
6. Direct Investment
7. Statute Of Limitations
8. Fill Or Kill Order (FOK)
9. Fiduciary
10. Target Date Fund

Search a term

Keyword:

Browse by alphabet

ABCDEFG
HIJKLMN
OPQRSTU
VWXYZ#

Browse by category

Accounting
Banking
Bankruptcy Assistance
Bonds and Treasuries
Brokerages
Business and Management
Compliance and Governance
Credit and Debt
E-commerce
Economics
Estate Planning
Forex
Fraud
Fundamental Analysis
Futures
Global
Insurance
International Trade
Investing and Trading
Ipos
Legal
Loan and Mortgage
Mergers and Acquisitions
Mutual Funds
Operation and Production
Options
Patent
Personnel Management
Real Estate
Retirement and Pension
Statistics and Risk Management
Stocks
Strategies
Tax
Technical Analysis
Venture Capital