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Financial terms in "Insurance"

1. prior and pending litigation exclusion

2. cession number

3. nonconcurrency of coverage triggers

4. Bank Insurance Fund

5. data processing insurance

6. financed insurance

7. Critical Illness (ci) Insurance

8. contract certainty

9. reinsurer's margin

10. central collection point

11. Annuity Date

12. Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing (CAN-SPAM) Act of 2003

13. Vandalism

14. pain and suffering

15. Standard Auto

16. viatical settlement

17. passive foreign investment company (PFIC)

18. owners protective errors and omissions insurance coverage

19. permanent total disability

20. potentially responsible party (PRP)

21. bankers professional liability (BPL) insurance (BPLI)

22. Total Annual Loan Cost

23. alternative risk financing mechanism

24. risk-adjustment investment (capital)

25. boiler and machinery (BM) insurance

26. work hardening

27. insurance carrier

28. premises

29. right of recourse provision

30. no-pay, no-play laws

31. extended coverage (EC) endorsement

32. secondary beneficiary

33. Catastrophe Factor

34. Prepayment Of Premiums

35. Waiver of Premium

36. discrimination

37. statistical method

38. Electronic Commerce / E-commerce

39. double excess coverage

40. estate plan

41. spread sectors

42. portfolio return

43. insurer insolvency exclusion

44. caselaw

45. maximum foreseeable loss (MFL)

46. Community Rating Laws

47. Associate in Information Technology (AIT)

48. working layer

49. American Institute for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters (AICPCU)

50. designated construction project general aggregate limit endorsement

51. policy territory

52. claim expense

53. Multiple Peril Policy

54. Forced Place Insurance

55. salvage value

56. Quick Liquidity Ratio

57. material fact

58. adhesive contract

59. transfer pricing

60. choice no-fault

61. other underwriting income

62. Associate in Research and Planning (ARP)

63. motion in limine

64. payroll deduction

65. Fellowship of the Chartered Insurance Institute (FCII)

66. fiduciary liability follow-on claims

67. Direct Premiums Written

68. model

69. garage policy

70. breach

71. administrative services only (ASO)

72. monopolistic state funds

73. additional expense coverage

74. transfer-for-value rule

75. FAS 115

76. functional job description

77. personal risk management (PRM)

78. preferred provider organization (PPO)

79. factory firms

80. paid-in capital

81. National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)

82. Evidence Clause

83. Losses and Loss

84. Annuity Issuer

85. countersignature

86. demurrage

87. following the fortunes

88. predictive analytics (PA) or modeling

89. break point

90. incidental malpractice

91. aviation insurance

92. primary insurer

93. surrender

94. sue and labor clause

95. livestock coverage form

96. net risk (risk limitation)

97. Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI)

98. time element loss

99. total pollution exclusion

100. beneficiary

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Call Option

Categories: Options, Investing and Trading, Stocks, Legal, ,

Buying a call option gives you, as owner, the right to buy a fixed quantity of the underlying product at a specified price, called the strike price, within a specified time period. For example, you might purchase a call option on 100 shares of a stock if you expect the stock price to increase but prefer not to tie up your investment principal by investing in the stock. If the price of the stock does go up, the call option will increase in value. You might choose to sell your option at a profit or exercise the option and buy the shares at the strike price. But if the stock price at expiration is less than the strike price the option will be worthless. The amount you lose, in that case, is the premium you paid to buy the option plus any brokerage fees. In contrast, you can sell a call option, which is known as writing a call. That gives the buyer the right to buy the underlying investment from you at the strike price before the option expires. If you write a call, you are obliged to sell if the option is exercised and you are assigned to meet the call.

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