Your Clients

  • Showing 51-100 of 414 items
  • <<
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • ...
  • 9
  • >>
  1. Bornhuetter-Ferguson Technique

    The Bornhuetter-Ferguson technique is a method for calculating an estimate of an insurance company’s losses.
  2. Mohamed El-Erian on ETFs and a Possible Market Bubble

    Are we in a bubble? That’s the question Mohamed El-Erian asked the audience to answer at the start of his closing keynote ...
  3. Actuarial Science

    Actuarial science is a discipline that assesses financial risks in the insurance and finance fields, using mathematical and ...
  4. Reinsurer

    A reinsurer is a company that provides financial protection to insurance companies.
  5. Re-Offer Price

    A re-offer price is the price at which the underwriting syndicate of a debt issue resells bonds to public investors.
  6. Advisors: Here Are the SEC's Concerns About Bitcoin ETFs

    Jeremy Senderowicz, an attorney and expert on laws pertaining to ETFs and mutual funds, explains why the SEC is concerned ...
  7. Advisors: Top ETF Picks for Clients in 2018

    January is often a good time to re-evaluate portfolio holdings, and consider where best to allocate a client's assets.
  8. 5 Top Wealth Management Trends in 2018

    These are the top five wealth management trends advisors should keep an eye on in 2018.
  9. Underwriter Syndicate

    An underwriter syndicate is a temporary group of investment banks and broker-dealers who come together to sell offerings ...
  10. Underwriting Fees

    Underwriting fees are monies collected by underwriters for underwriting services.
  11. Catastrophe Insurance

    Catastrophe insurance protects businesses and residences against natural disasters, such as earthquakes and floods, and against ...
  12. Unsolicited Application

    An unsolicited application is a request for life insurance coverage that is made by an individual rather than an insurance ...
  13. Experience Rating (Insurance)

    Experience rating (insurance) is the amount of loss that an insured party experiences compared to the amount of loss that ...
  14. Advisors: How to Put Bond ETF Dollars To Work

    The first few days of the year have been marked by strong investor demand for ETFs, including U.S. bond ETFs. Here's what ...
  15. Net Premium

    Net premium is the expected present value of a policy’s benefits minus the expected present value of future premiums.
  16. Incontestability Clause

    An incontestability clause is a clause that prevents providers from voiding coverage due to misstatement by the insured after ...
  17. Mortality Table

    A mortality table shows the rate of deaths occurring in a defined population during a selected time interval or survival ...
  18. Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU)

    A chartered life underwriter (CLU) is a professional designation for individuals who wish to specialize in life insurance ...
  19. Why Dividend Stocks Are Losing Their Magic

    Less Magic: Rising stocks and interest rates make dividend stocks less attractive
  20. Burning-Cost Ratio

    Burning-cost ratio is an insurance industry calculation of excess losses divided by the total subject premium.
  21. Frequency-Severity Method

    Frequency-severity method is an actuarial method that determines expected number of claims (and average costs) that will ...
  22. How to Help Clients Understand ETF Liquidity

    With individual stocks, liquidity is about trading volume and its regularity—more is better. For clients who want ETFs, there’s ...
  23. Series 11

    The Series 11 is a securities license that allows holders to provide current securities quotations and accept unsolicited ...
  24. Resolving Disputes With Your Financial Advisor

    Before you blame your advisor for your losses, be sure you know your rights and responsibilities.
  25. Bernstein: These Are the Mistakes Bond Investors Made

    Richard Bernstein Advisors is known for its top-down approach that focuses on macro trends. Here he considers incorrect assessments ...
  26. Advisors: Time to Rethink Natural Resource Investments

    Natural resource investments, such as ETFs, can be an attractive long-term addition to a client's portfolio.
  27. Series 26

    The Series 26 is a securities exam and license entitling the holder to supervise those who sell funds, variable annuities ...
  28. Series 34

    The Series 34 is an exam and license required for individuals seeking to engage in off-exchange forex transactions with retail ...
  29. Series 9/10

    Series 9/10 is a two-part securities exam and license entitling the holder to supervise sales activities at a general securities-oriented ...
  30. Series 53

    The Series 53 is an exam and license that permits an individual to supervise the municipal securities activities of a securities ...
  31. Registered Principal

    A registered principal is a licensed securities dealer who is also empowered to oversee operational, compliance, trading ...
  32. Series 31

    The Series 31 is an exam and securities license entitling the holder to sell managed futures funds or supervise those activities.
  33. Fulcrum Fee

    A fulcrum fee is a performance-based fee that adjusts up or down based on outperforming or underperforming a benchmark.
  34. Personal Financial Specialist - PFS

    Personal Financial Specialist is a specialty credential for CPAs who are expert at helping individuals with all aspects of ...
  35. Cash Balance Pensions: Pros, Cons for Small Biz

    Are cash balance pensions the right solution for your small business clients?
  36. Best Banks to Stash My Million Dollars

    Get the richest perks and red carpet treatment for you and your money from these financial institutions.
  37. This ETF Is Prepared for Trump's Tax Plan

    There is one ETF in the market that was designed for exactly this moment in time, the passing of the most sweeping tax reform ...
  38. Series 55

    The Series 55 is an exam and license that entitles the holder to actively participate in equity trading.
  39. Series 86/87

    Series 86/87 is a test known as the Research Analyst Qualification Exam and is administered by the Financial Industry Regulatory ...
  40. Open Architecture

    Open architecture is used to describe a financial institution's ability to offer clients both proprietary and external products ...
  41. Underwriter

    An underwriter is any entity that evaluates and assumes another entity's risk for a fee, such as a commission, premium, spread ...
  42. Build a Better Financial Plan with Mind Mapping

    Here's how to use mind maps to better assist your financial planning.
  43. Investment Bank (IB)

    An investment bank (IB) is an intermediary between securities issuers and investors, does underwriting and acts as broker/advisor ...
  44. Central Registration Depository (CRD)

    The Central Registration Depository (CRD) is a database maintained by FINRA of all firms and individuals involved in the ...
  45. Fee-Based Investment

    A fee-based investment refers to how a financial advisor is compensated, in particular, the ability to earn a commission ...
  46. Alternative Investments: A Look at the Pros & Cons

    Alternative investments are becoming popular investment vehicles for individual investors.
  47. Choosing an Advisor: Wall Street Vs. Main Street

    A high-profile name alone won't meet your investing needs. What else to look for in an advisor.
  48. Shopping for a Financial Advisor

    Finding your perfect advisor is as simple as shopping for a car. Read on to learn more.
  49. Financial Planners: Specialize in Seniors

    This demographic has all the needs to keep your financial planner firm busy year-round.
  50. Top Retirement Prep Questions to Ask Clients

    Is your client really ready for retirement? Here are some essential questions to ask.
  • Showing 51-100 of 414 items
  • <<
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • ...
  • 9
  • >>
Hot Definitions
  1. Donchian Channels

    A moving average indicator developed by Richard Donchian. It plots the highest high and lowest low over the last period time ...
  2. Consumer Price Index - CPI

    A measure that examines the weighted average of prices of a basket of consumer goods and services, such as transportation, ...
  3. Moving Average - MA

    A moving average (MA) is a widely used indicator in technical analysis that helps smooth out price action by filtering out ...
  4. Stop Order

    A stop order is an order to buy or sell a security when its price increases past a particular point in order to limit losses ...
  5. Inflation

    The rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services is rising and, consequently, the purchasing power of ...
  6. Candlestick

    A chart that displays the high, low, opening and closing prices for a security for a single day. The wide part of the candlestick ...
Trading Center