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A professional working for an insurance company. They evaluate your application and medical records to project how long you will live.
A situation that occurs when one company owns a minority interest (less than 50%) in another company. Also refers to companies that are related to each other in some way.
An individual who is in a position to influence the actions of a corporation. This includes people such as directors, executives, and owners.
After Hours Trading
Trading after regular trading hours on the major exchanges.
After Tax Operating Income - ATOI
A company’s total operating income after taxes. Calculated by deducting taxes from total operating income.
After Tax Profit Margin
The ratio calculated by taking net income after taxes and dividing it by net sales.
After The Bell
After the close of the stock market.
A bond issued by a government agency.
A trade that has only one agent acting for the buyer and seller. Also known as "Dual Agency."
When conflicts of interest rise between creditors, shareholders, and management, because of differing goals.
Low risk debt obligations issued by enterprises that the U.S. Government sponsors.
1. An individual or firm that places securities transactions for clients. 2. A person licensed by a state to sell insurance. 3. A securities salesperson who represents a broker-dealer or issuer when selling or trying to sell securities to the investing public.
1. 为客户进行证券买卖的人士或机构2. 持有销售保险许可证的人士3. 代表证券经纪行或发行人向公众出售或尝试出售证券的证券销售人员
Aggregate Exercise Price
The strike price of a put or call option multiplied by its contract size.
The practice of inappropriately misconstruing income statements for the purpose of pleasing investors and inflating stock prices.