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1. vesting period

2. backwardation business

3. write

4. individual volatility

5. double witching week

6. Put Option

7. currency call option

8. perpetual warrant

9. pairs trade

10. VIX option

11. down-and-out barrier option

12. neutral spread

13. Fungible

14. fine paper

15. aggregate exercise price

16. credit spread

17. down transition probability

18. covered put

19. option value

20. rho

21. best bid

22. covered call

23. illiquid option

24. up-and-out barrier option

25. IDEM

26. par

27. offsetting transaction

28. listed

29. best ask

30. exempt security

31. foreign currency option

32. stable

33. iron condor

34. primary instrument

35. speculative position limits

36. sensitivity

37. London Commodity Exchange (LCE)

38. synthetic short stock

39. dividend arbitrage

40. outcry

41. Euroequity issues

42. Himalayan option

43. chart

44. future volatility

45. short call option

46. forward cover taking

47. stock option

48. rolling hedge

49. neutral hedge ratio

50. Chicago Mercantile Exchange

51. Over-the-Counter

52. cash flow hedge

53. class of options

54. Call

55. Intrinsic Value

56. option pool

57. ultima

58. synthetic position

59. stretch annuity

60. Annapurna option

61. time spread

62. Security

63. limited discretion

64. long-term equity anticipation security (LEAP)

65. odd date

66. optionable stock

67. daily price limit

68. unlimited risk

69. cash-based option

70. cashless exercise

71. fluctuation limit

72. stamped security

73. Russian option

74. Underwater

75. Long-Term Equity Anticipation Securities

76. basket option

77. contract size

78. close to the money

79. American option

80. exchange-traded option

81. residual security

82. quote

83. Financial instrument

84. options on physicals

85. spring loading

86. American-style option

87. diagonal spread

88. long put

89. calendar spread

90. doubling option

91. Listing

92. ratio calendar combination

93. premium margin

94. ladder option

95. privilege dealer

96. covered write

97. option contract

98. reverse convertible bond

99. contract range

100. London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange

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Long-term Care Insurance

Categories: Insurance,

long-term care insurance is a policy designed to cover at least some of your expenses if you have a chronic but not life-threatening illness, long-term disability, or you are unable to live independently because you can't perform a number of the activities of daily living. Those activities typically include bathing, dressing, feeding yourself, taking medication, using the bathroom, and being able to move from a sitting to a standing position. Most contracts also cover cognitive impairments, such as Alzheimer's disease.Under the terms of most long-term care contracts, you can be cared for in a nursing home or at home. The insurance pays for custodial rather than skilled care, which must be provided by licensed professionals. That care is covered in part by Medicare and Medigap policies. Every policy provides a specific daily or monthly benefit for up to a predetermined benefit period. Each policy also has an elimination period, which lasts from the day you become eligible until the day the insurer begins to pay. You generally can choose the benefit, benefit period, and elimination period that makes the most sense to you and that you can afford.

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