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Are mutual insurance companies inherently stronger than stock or public insurance companies and why1Ula2012-03-31 08:24:53
Are mutual insurance companies inherently stronger than securities or insurance of public companies and why
Do health insurance companies have public stock?1Paige Robinson2012-09-19 17:49:02
If they do, what companies would be a good investment? I want to make some money when their stock soars due to the profits of forcing everyone to buy them.
Are there mutual funds that invest in insurance companies?0sonnets2012-10-01 03:55:02
I'm having a little trouble finding them. Can someone please help ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Were in the financial category ? Another? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Specific names of funds are fine, but the general category to search would be best.
Is mutual security life insurance stock is worth something now0Kelly T 2012-03-25 15:37:07
It is the mutual security life insurance stock is worth something now
Did the british companies act of 1856 limit the liability of owners of the joint stock company shares1Veronica2011-12-11 14:59:52
Can the insurance companies disclose the ULIP policy portfolio like mutual funds in india?0Eve2012-05-23 18:00:50
I am having ULIP policies . need to know the details of the portfolio
How will the public option put insurance companies out of business?0Setlla2012-07-09 18:07:02
The NHS and private insurance coexist in Britain. The same scenario in Australia and New Zealand. France has both private and public healthcare , so does Ireland. We have public schools and private schools. Private schools still thrive despite the public alternative . We have the protection of police and private security companies . I'm confused. If that does not in this government and the private is always better, then it will not keep all the private and the public option will just go away ?
How will insurance companies compete with the public option?0. Bye.-2012-07-11 09:35:23
How can Private insurance companies compete with the public option if the Goverment wont even have to break even with their cost. Wont this remove the option since the only option will be the goverment option.
Healthcare: why not have a public option to compete against private insurance companies. If you want to pay?1kiran2012-09-15 08:12:04
more for private, supposedly better, healthcare then you still can. Isn't that what the free marketplace is all about. If the public option will be bad, no one will want it. If it survives, then the marketplace has spoken. What are private insurance companies afraid of?
Why would ppl go for Private Insurance when the Public companies will be giving better coverage for cheaper?0Norwood2012-06-25 06:53:09
I do not understand how people are saying that only 39 million will go to public insurance , when insurance public companies will be competing for the best insurance with greater security and stability at the lowest price . It makes no sense . I also like to know how Obama plans to do all the things he said he would do in his speech the other night.
Republicans supported the insurance companies who cried that a "public option" would have been unfair to them?3SMH2012-11-04 12:35:05
I suppose you think that being able to take the "one child" insurance market is right? The concern of insurance companies that some parents refuse to cover children until they get sick is valid. Therefore, to establish an open enrollment period , which can only enroll in the insurance during that time period . The market pulling child-only insurance is not fair - it's children . However, the Republicans are screaming about it. Does that mean they are on the side of insurance companies and not children ?
If a Public Option *did* "crowd out" private health insurance companies to bankruptcy, why can't there be ...?1 분수를 나타내는 숫자표현 2012-05-06 00:58:23
new private firms that are presented below , to be more profitable? The reason against a public option seems to be, if the Govt offers insurance for a really low price , then everyone will get rid of private insurance for government / public choice . And thus all private insurers will go bankrupt and the Govt has a monopoly . But I do not understand is this : What if that government monopoly itself eventually became too expensive? Can not the new private insurance companies then jump up to force the price below the public option ?

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