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Financial terms in "Insurance"

1. Direct Premiums Written

2. Employee Retirement Income Security Act tag-along claims

3. war risk insurance

4. signaling capital

5. Catastrophe Deductible

6. consent judgment

7. blanket honesty bond

8. asset class

9. loss payee

10. professional liability insurance

11. diversification

12. extremely hazardous substances

13. claims administrator

14. exhibitor insurance

15. schedule bond

16. building and personal property coverage form (ISO)

17. protection

18. Index

19. Mental Distress

20. With Profits

21. Tort Law

22. Life Underwriter Training Council (LUTC)

23. easement

24. participating policy

25. construction ban

26. presumption

27. sidetrack agreement

28. inside adjuster

29. dispersion

30. add-on control device

31. Annuity Beneficiary

32. elevator insurance

33. concurrent cause

34. first dollar coverage

35. quid pro quo sexual harassment

36. cession statement

37. representations and warranties insurance

38. prepaid insurance

39. minimum and deposit (M&D)

40. regression analysis

41. flat rate

42. Tax Sheltered Annuity (tsa)

43. Paul v. Virginia

44. registers

45. Insurance Pool

46. capital stock

47. excessive fee claims

48. Viatical Settlement Provider

49. expected reinsurer deficit (ERD)

50. net line

51. bailee's customers insurance

52. technique of operations review (TOR) system

53. superintendent of insurance

54. domestic insurer

55. agreed amount clause

56. paid loss retrospective rating plan

57. law enforcement officers liability

58. classified insurance

59. integrated disability management (IDM)

60. cash withdrawal

61. Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU)

62. Earned Premium

63. managed care liability insurance

64. riggers liability insurance

65. commercial waste management facility

66. nonsubscription

67. fixed-cost insurance

68. Standard Industrial Classification (SIC)

69. disability pension

70. reasonable accommodation

71. named peril coverage

72. Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) of 1976

73. Valued Policy

74. Primary Coverage

75. paid-up additions

76. vendors single interest coverage

77. direct loss

78. risk control

79. Casualty

80. prohibited risk

81. managing agent

82. regulated asbestos-containing material (RACM)

83. freight forwarder

84. theft, disappearance, and destruction of money and securities coverage form C

85. off-balance-sheet risk

86. mental-mental injuries

87. original insurer

88. maximum foreseeable loss (MFL)

89. healthcare reimbursement plan

90. Loss Expectancy

91. risk retention group (RRG)

92. longevity risk

93. tender of defense

94. continuation

95. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

96. primary liability

97. professional employer organization (PEO)

98. impairment capital

99. contingency reserve

100. ceding company

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Broad-base Index

Categories: Stocks,

An index whose purpose is to reveal the performance of the entire market, such as the s&p 500, Wilshire 5000, AMEX Major market index or value line composite index. Different broad-base indices have different approaches to ensuring that the index captures the entire breadth of market activity. The Wilshire 5000 takes the most all-inclusive approach by including all the stocks listed on the new york stock exchange and almost all the stocks listed on the NASDAQ and american stock exchange. The s&p 500 includes 500 companies that are together considered a good indicator for the US stock market, based on the industries the companies operate in, their positions within the industry, and their market capitalizations. The s&p 500 is a market-weighted index, so only 10% if its components make up about 75% of its value. The value line composite index takes an in between approach by tracking 1700 issues. The Value Line Composite is thought to be a better indicator of speculative stocks than of more stable stocks.

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