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Financial terms in "Insurance"

1. Lloyds

2. National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)

3. exception (to exclusion)

4. occupational accident insurance

5. insurance agent

6. precedent

7. treaty reinsurance

8. interstate experience rating

9. newsgathering torts

10. agency

11. Death Benefit

12. statutory inspections

13. proposal bond

14. line of business

15. financial guarantee insurance

16. Aggregate Limit

17. noncombustible construction

18. trespasser

19. Financial Anti-Terrorism Act (FATA or PATRIOT Act) of 2001

20. Private-Passenger Auto Insurance Policyholder Risk Profile

21. cross-defendant

22. new for old

23. fixed premium

24. risk-based capital (RBC) requirements

25. total insurable value (TIV)

26. Social Security

27. hospital medicine

28. stipulation

29. Integrated Benefits

30. Legal Principles Claim Specialist (LPCS)

31. retirement annuity

32. premises burglary coverage

33. expense allowance

34. emergency

35. business life insurance

36. Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (TRIPRA) of 2007

37. corporate governance

38. joint and survivorship annuity

39. fine arts coverage

40. Life Underwriter Training Council (LUTC)

41. subcontractor default insurance

42. risk management information system (RMIS)

43. Statutory Reserve

44. operators extra expense (OEE)

45. Cash Flow Plans

46. ceded premiums

47. partial disability

48. Insurance

49. renewal policy

50. Dividend

51. nonoperating working interest

52. claims leakage (CL)

53. maritime law

54. Early Warning System

55. group certificate

56. all risks, difference-in-conditions (builders risk)

57. Excess Coverage

58. Write-Off

59. demurrage

60. risk quantification

61. debit agent

62. loss forecasting

63. use and occupancy insurance

64. guaranteed cost insurance

65. conservator

66. effective date

67. Certified Financial Planner

68. CLU

69. mean/variance/covariance (MVC) risk modeling method

70. pro rata reinsurance

71. third-party risk

72. agreement not to rely on governmental immunity

73. State Implementation Plans (SIP)

74. Loss Severity

75. financial supermarket

76. Blue Book

77. storekeepers broad form

78. solicitor

79. current service benefit

80. subjective symptoms

81. Front-End Load

82. remedial investigation

83. policy territory

84. Insurance broker

85. combined additional coverage (CAC)

86. policy writing agent

87. insurance company

88. Deductible

89. payroll

90. Capitalization or Leverage

91. dynamic risk

92. NAIC

93. prospective loss costs

94. Guaranteed Living Benefit

95. general exclusions

96. unconscious bias

97. first class mail coverage

98. direct written premium

99. Identity Theft Insurance

100. regulated medical waste

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Consensus Recommendation

Categories: Stocks,

A consensus recommendation for an individual stock compiles ratings from a number of analysts who track that stock. The recommendation is expressed as either the mean or median of the separate recommendations. Calculating the consensus is a multi-step process that involves grouping the terms that analysts use to recommend buying, selling, or holding, generally into three or five categories, assigning a scale, and computing the result either by averaging the numbers for the mean or identifying the median, which is the point at which half the views are higher and half are lower.A consensus recommendation provides a snapshot of current thinking about a stock, so it can serve as a benchmark against which you can compare a single analyst's opinion to gauge how mainstream it is. But like any statistical mean or median, a consensus recommendation can distort strong differences at either end of the scale. Further, if the report accompanying the consensus view doesn't point out significant differences in the viewpoints of the various analysts it includes, you won't be able to tell where the most respected analysts stand on the stock.In addition, you should be aware that the consensus recommendation for any given stock might differ from one research company to the next. This is because the mathematical formula that assigns weights to the individual recommendations will vary, based in part on how many levels of differentiation the research company uses and how it interprets the words that analysts use to express their opinions.

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