- Sat Dec 08, 2012 1:46 am #23672
Based on the amount of Insurance Purchased, set at the price of the Stock, if the Stock Yield falls below a set level [PURCHASE PRICE] then, the Stock Owner can Redeem Insurance Revenue, from their Insurance too Equal the Initial amount paid for the Stock; per Stock Share Price at purchase. If your Stock Earns more Value then, you can increase the amount of Insurance per Share. This way you can't loose all your money and the Insurance Company can retain sales Revenue by giving Loans too Corporations which is where their revenue would come from plus, you could buy shares in the Stcok Insurance Companies, increasing there funds. The Insurance Company would act as any Traditional Insurance Company. Insurance would never pay-out more than per share, initial purchase price.