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Financial terms in "Insurance"

1. off-balance-sheet risk

2. Surrender Charge

3. Kenney ratio

4. revocable beneficiary

5. free asset ratio (FAR)

6. market service agreement (MSA)

7. predecessor firm coverage

8. manuscript form or policy

9. broadcasters liability

10. employers' liability insurance

11. parol evidence

12. Stop Loss

13. special litigation committee (SLC)

14. assurance

15. General Account

16. general employer

17. insurance contract

18. management liability insurance

19. underwriting member

20. premium prepayment

21. Yellow Book

22. aggregate excess insurance

23. intermediary

24. soft market

25. property inventory

26. business income worksheet

27. judgment rates

28. marina operators legal liability coverage

29. brand rehabilitation

30. employee stock ownership plan (ESOP)

31. assessment company (society or insurer)

32. residual market

33. joint life with last survivor annuity

34. loss pick

35. performance ratio

36. provider

37. treaty

38. financial quota share

39. index-based contracts

40. FAS 5

41. first class mail coverage

42. economic capital

43. peer review

44. open perils

45. multiplied damages

46. vanishing premium

47. loss trending

48. dividend accumulation

49. seedsmen's errors and omissions liability insurance

50. earnings before interest, dividends, depreciation, and amortization (EBIDDA)

51. procuring cause

52. all risks, not in motion

53. multi-peril crop insurance (MPCI)

54. home office

55. cash flow program

56. other structures: homeowners policy

57. thermal pollution

58. competitive state funds

59. ceding company

60. extortion coverage form G

61. Policy Dividend Options

62. Competitive Replacement Parts

63. Approved or Not Disapproved for Surplus Lines

64. unallocated loss adjustment expense (ULAE)

65. nonratable elements

66. Paid-Up Additional Insurance

67. demurrer

68. supervision coverage

69. installment settlement

70. obligatory treaty

71. Employee Retirement Income Security Act Section 404(c)

72. Burglary And Theft Insurance

73. Guaranteed Death Benefit

74. practice insurance policy

75. Hazard Insurance

76. commutation

77. subjective symptoms

78. self-procurement taxes

79. risk purchasing group (RPG)

80. automobile physical damage insurance

81. Directors And Officers Liability Insurance/d&o

82. worthless

83. mobile home policy

84. on-demand bonds, bank guarantees

85. operating earnings

86. rate basis

87. Renewal

88. Age Limits

89. group self-insurance

90. human equivalent dose

91. incidence of ownership

92. cancellation

93. registered retirement income fund

94. industrial life insurance

95. inland marine coverage

96. maximum premium

97. controlled foreign corporation (CFC)

98. liquidated damages

99. placement slips

100. debit agent

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Relative Strength

Categories: Investing and Trading,

A stock's price change over a period of time relative to that of a market index, such as the s&p 500. The relative strength of a stock is calculated by taking the percentage price change of a stock over a set period of time and ranking it on a scale of 1 to 100 against all other stocks on the market, with 1 being worst and 100 being best. For example, a stock with a relative strength of 90 has experienced a greater increase in its price over the last year than the price increases experienced by 90% of all other stocks on the market. Some technical analysts, especially momentum investors, like stocks with high relative strength rankings, believing that stocks which have recently gone up are more likely to continue going up. Other technical analysts believe that a very high relative strength can be an indication that the stock is overbought and is ready to fall. Relative strength is really a "rear view mirror" metric, measuring only how the stock has done in the past, not how it will do in the future.

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