There is a good chance that you are paying too much for your insurance. And as much as you are paying, you probably are still not adequately covered where it matters.
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A white paper from insurance company Ace Group indicated that more than 66% of affluent consumers are not appropriately insured. Based on my 15 years of experience in the insurance business, I would absolutely agree with that number.
As an insurance adviser, my job is all about discovering the pitfalls in insurance policies and helping to put the consumer on track to receive the appropriate level of insurance coverage; that could mean greater coverage in some areas and a reduction in others.
For affluent consumers, as their wealth increases, so does the complexity of risk management. The blanket policies used by the majority of the public are not created in a way to properly identify and cover the risks associated with affluent and super-rich consumers.
Best Insurance Stocks To Invest In Right Now: L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc.(LLL)
- [By Peter Graham]
A long term performance chart shows ViaSat, Inc along with mid to large cap communications stockslikeHarris Corporation (NYSE: HRS) and L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc (NYSE: LLL)giving roughly the same performance until recent weekswhile small cap Gogo Inc has been underperforming:
- [By Paul Ausick]
Five teams are expected to compete for the contract: Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) has joined with Saab to offer a clean-sheet design; Northrop Grumman Corp. (NYSE: NOC) has teamed up with BAE Systems and L-3 Communications Holdings Inc. (NYSE: LLL) on another clean-sheet design; Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) and Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) are going with a modified KAI T-50; Raytheon Corp. (NYSE: RTN) has joined with Italy’s Leonardo and Canada’s CAE Inc. (NYSE: CAE) on a version of Leonardo’s M-346 trainer that it calls the T-100; and privately held Sierra Nevada has partnered with Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) on another clean-sheet design.
- [By Ben Levisohn]
The fifteen stocks that Bianco contends could benefit from a trump win are: Johnson & Johnson (JNJ),Pfizer (PFE),Medtronic (MDT), Northrop Grumman (NOC), L-3 Communications (LLL), Halliburton (HAL), Dow Chemical (DOW), Duke Energy (DUK), For Motor (F), Martin Marietta Materials (MLM), Verizon Communications (VZ), Comcast (CMCSA),Charles Schwab (SCHW), Wells Fargo (WFC), Delta Air Lines (DAL).
Best Insurance Stocks To Invest In Right Now: Attunity Ltd.(ATTU)
- [By Jim Robertson]
On Wednesday, ourUnder the Radar Moversnewsletter suggested small cap Big Data stock Attunity Ltd (NASDAQ: ATTU) as a short trade:
“Attunity has also been on the watchlist for a while. It’s a straight-up momentum play Well, straight down momentum play. We’re just getting on board the train after a brief lull in the downtrend. This one isn’t going to be a monster-sized winner, but it’s a high-odds, low-risk trade.”
Best Insurance Stocks To Invest In Right Now: PulteGroup, Inc.(PHM)
- [By Lisa Levin]
Here is the list of stocks going ex-dividend on Friday.
Douglas Dynamics Inc (NYSE: PLOW) – $0.2350 dividend, 2.9183 percent yield Tiffany & Co. (NYSE: TIF) – $0.4500 dividend, 2.6758 percent yield PulteGroup, Inc. (NYSE: PHM) – $0.0900 dividend, 1.7078 percent yield Leidos Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: LDOS) – $0.3200 dividend, 3.0851 percent yield Tupperware Brands Corporation (NYSE: TUP) – $0.6800 dividend, 4.1756 percent yield Hudson Pacific Properties Inc (NYSE: HPP) – $0.2000 dividend, 2.36
- [By Peter Graham]
A long term performance chart shows KB Home underperforming large cap D.R. Horton, Inc (NYSE: DHI) and mid capsLennar Corporation (NYSE: LEN) and PulteGroup, Inc (NYSE: PHM) with much of the outperformance of homebuilder stocks coming earlier in the recovery with shares moving sideways since then:
- [By Morgan Housel]
2. Homebuilders adding to supply. Homebuilders recently discovered something that’s been elusive for years: the ability to raise prices. The balance they now need to strike is how much to ramp up supply versus holding back supply to maximize prices. PulteGroup (NYSE: PHM ) CEO Richard Dugas said earlier this year: “In a number of communities across the country, demand has been so strong that we have taken action to slow the overall pace of sales.”