Insurance Agents Name Choices – Insurance Specialist, Financial Planner, or Life Advisor?

Are you one of the plain insurance agents? Agents often prefer to upgrade their title as an insurance specialist or financial advisor on their business card. Names like life advisor reflect positive experience and knowledge. Which of these different terms distinguishes you from being just one of the insurance agents? Here are 101 top choices to pick from.There is a lot more to a name then may realize. Calling yourself an agent or sales agent makes you sound run of the mill. It also projects the sound of a salesman trying to sell you something. Few people enjoy feeling a person is selling them anything, it stinks of pressure. This is why in this list of different terms you will see how high words like specialist, expert, and professional rank. The prospect gets a completely new perspective, just by the title you give yourself! Prospects closely take notice when an agent jointly works with them in reaching a decision on what is the best plan of action. Prospective clients want to feel like they are part of the decision process.Important internet search tip: to get an accurate count use quote marks around your term, “insurance specialist” will only give you that term in that exact order. Without the quotes you would also get all instances of people searching terms such as specialist insurance, specialist in writing insurance claims, specialist in automobile insurance sales, etc.To give this article value, in front of each of the insurance agents distinctions is the number of current Google listings. This way you can easily see how often internet views “insurance agent ” look-up terms like specialist, planner, representative, and. advisor. Please remember the Google count figures often change daily.1. 10,600,000 = financial advisor2. 6,690,000 = insurance agent3. 4,280,000 = financial planner4. 2,120,000 = investment advisor5. 1,780,000 = insurance agents brokers6. 1,600,000 = investment adviser7. 999,000 = insurance guide8. 735,000 = insurance specialist9. 638,000 = financial expert10. 604,000 = financial professional11. 590,000 = financial specialist12. 513,000 = life pro13. 433,000 = insurance professional14. 431,000 = health insurance agent15. 322,000 = insurance expert16. 271,500 = insurance salesman17. 269,000 = life professional18. 268,000 = life insurance agent19. 253,000 = insurance consultant20. 252,000 = insurance advisor21. 244,000 = insurance sales representative22. 219,000 = insurance manager23. 218,000 = estate advisor24. 217,000 = insurance executive25. 189,000 = estate planner26. 186,000 = independent insurance sale27. 179,000 = insurance sales agent28. 155,000 = insurance seller29. 130,000 = insurance producer30. 126,000 = investment representative29. 120,000 = insurance authority30. 119,000 = insurance representative31. 112,000 = life agent32. 107,000 = life insurance specialist32. 104,000 = life specialist33. 102,000 = insurance adviser34. 89,900 = insurance sales manager35. 86,200 = licensed insurance agent36. 85,200 = insurance manager37. 71,000 = health agent38. 66,600 = insurance pro39. 65,100 = insurance sales rep40. 60,000 = insurance designer41. 59,400 = insurance sales person42. 55,600 = life consultant43. 54,500 = group agent44. 52,200 = ins agent45. 50,100 = estate adviser46. 50,000 = insurance pros47. 46,800 = insurance counselor48. 43,800 = financial pro49. 43,400 = insurance salesperson50. 40,200 = insurance sales specialist51. 37,700 = life producer52. 37,000 = insurance sales executive53. 35,400 = independent insurance brokers54. 34,700 = long term care professional55. 34,500 = financial planning advisor56. 33,900 = medical insurance specialist57. 31,300 = health insurance professional58. 29,300 = life insurance expert59. 29,000 = insurance rep60. 28,900 = financial planning advisor61. 27,500 = health insurance specialist62. 26,000 = health insurance advisor63. 25,500 = independent insurance professional64. 24,700 = employee benefits specialist65. 24,000 = life advisor66. 22,900 = life insurance advisor67. 21,800 = life insurance sales specialist68. 19,900 = life insurance professional69. 19,300 = insurance producer70. 19,200 = licensed financial planner71. 16,200 = health insurance producer72. 14,900 = insurance sales consultant73. 14,000 = term life insurance broker74. 12,800 = long term care specialist75. 12,700 = annuity specialist76. 12,500 = estate planning specialist77. 12,200 = insurance marketer78. 11,950 = life insurance representative79. 11,900 = insurance planner80. 10,600 = insurance sales professional81. 10,400 = life insurance advisor82. 10,200 = insurance writer83. 9,650 = insurance recruiter84. 9,480 = financial planning advisor85. 9,030 = estate planning advisor86. 8,570 = annuity broker87. 7,520 = insurance general manager88. 7,070 = insurance trainee89. 6,800 = long term care insurance specialist90. 6,670 = term life insurance agent91. 6,440 = long term care insurance agent92. 5,870 = licensed life agent93. 5,300 = financial insurance agent94. 5,270 = annuity agent95. 5,080 = ins professional96. 5,030 = medical insurance professional97. 5,010 = disability insurance agent98. 4,990 = employee benefits professional99. 4,430 = mortgage insurance agent100. 4,200 = disability insurance specialist101. 3,900 = long term care agentFor your own sake, never tell prospective clients that you are one of 1,500,000 insurance agents licensed to sell life, health, annuities, and financial policies. The term insurance specialist or insurance professional immediately makes your prospect more confident of your abilities. However, please do not use the overused and abused terms of financial planner or estate planner unless you actually are qualified to be one.If case, you are interested, here are more titles with over 1,000 Google entry occurrences that did not make the top 101 list. They include group health professional, ins specialist, insurance marketing representative, health insurance adviser, ins representative, term life insurance specialist, mortgage life insurance agent, insurance marketing specialist, disability insurance broker, life ins agent, term life agent, senior market specialist, life investment adviser, MDRT insurance agent, and insurance saleswoman.Should you want to get more attention on major search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Ask, here are some tips. On the front of your website entry page, use the title and first line to put a more descriptive term about the services you provide. Rather than announcing “insurance agent for many products”, try this, “medical insurance professional and disability insurance specialist.” Both these titles only have about 5,000 competing entries, which could include 3,500 to 4,000 weak ones each. Now it depends on following the advice given, and internet search engine skills you possess. An internet searcher might now find you in the top 100 listings for each of the terms! On an “insurance agent” search, with well over 6,000,000 listings, it might take a 24/7 week to find you listed toward the end of the heap.

SPDN: An Inexpensive Way To Profit When The S&P 500 Falls

Summary
SPDN is not the largest or oldest way to short the S&P 500, but it’s a solid choice.
This ETF uses a variety of financial instruments to target a return opposite that of the S&P 500 Index.
SPDN’s 0.49% Expense Ratio is nearly half that of the larger, longer-tenured -1x Inverse S&P 500 ETF.
Details aside, the potential continuation of the equity bear market makes single-inverse ETFs an investment segment investor should be familiar with.
We rate SPDN a Strong Buy because we believe the risks of a continued bear market greatly outweigh the possibility of a quick return to a bull market.
Put a gear stick into R position, (Reverse).
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By Rob Isbitts

Summary
The S&P 500 is in a bear market, and we don’t see a quick-fix. Many investors assume the only way to navigate a potentially long-term bear market is to hide in cash, day-trade or “just hang in there” while the bear takes their retirement nest egg.

The Direxion Daily S&P 500® Bear 1X ETF (NYSEARCA:SPDN) is one of a class of single-inverse ETFs that allow investors to profit from down moves in the stock market.

SPDN is an unleveraged, liquid, low-cost way to either try to hedge an equity portfolio, profit from a decline in the S&P 500, or both. We rate it a Strong Buy, given our concern about the intermediate-term outlook for the global equity market.

Strategy
SPDN keeps it simple. If the S&P 500 goes up by X%, it should go down by X%. The opposite is also expected.

Proprietary ETF Grades
Offense/Defense: Defense

Segment: Inverse Equity

Sub-Segment: Inverse S&P 500

Correlation (vs. S&P 500): Very High (inverse)

Expected Volatility (vs. S&P 500): Similar (but opposite)

Holding Analysis
SPDN does not rely on shorting individual stocks in the S&P 500. Instead, the managers typically use a combination of futures, swaps and other derivative instruments to create a portfolio that consistently aims to deliver the opposite of what the S&P 500 does.

Strengths
SPDN is a fairly “no-frills” way to do what many investors probably wished they could do during the first 9 months of 2022 and in past bear markets: find something that goes up when the “market” goes down. After all, bonds are not the answer they used to be, commodities like gold have, shall we say, lost their luster. And moving to cash creates the issue of making two correct timing decisions, when to get in and when to get out. SPDN and its single-inverse ETF brethren offer a liquid tool to use in a variety of ways, depending on what a particular investor wants to achieve.

Weaknesses
The weakness of any inverse ETF is that it does the opposite of what the market does, when the market goes up. So, even in bear markets when the broader market trend is down, sharp bear market rallies (or any rallies for that matter) in the S&P 500 will cause SPDN to drop as much as the market goes up.

Opportunities
While inverse ETFs have a reputation in some circles as nothing more than day-trading vehicles, our own experience with them is, pardon the pun, exactly the opposite! We encourage investors to try to better-understand single inverse ETFs like SPDN. While traders tend to gravitate to leveraged inverse ETFs (which actually are day-trading tools), we believe that in an extended bear market, SPDN and its ilk could be a game-saver for many portfolios.

Threats
SPDN and most other single inverse ETFs are vulnerable to a sustained rise in the price of the index it aims to deliver the inverse of. But that threat of loss in a rising market means that when an investor considers SPDN, they should also have a game plan for how and when they will deploy this unique portfolio weapon.

Proprietary Technical Ratings
Short-Term Rating (next 3 months): Strong Buy

Long-Term Rating (next 12 months): Buy

Conclusions
ETF Quality Opinion
SPDN does what it aims to do, and has done so for over 6 years now. For a while, it was largely-ignored, given the existence of a similar ETF that has been around much longer. But the more tenured SPDN has become, the more attractive it looks as an alternative.

ETF Investment Opinion

SPDN is rated Strong Buy because the S&P 500 continues to look as vulnerable to further decline. And, while the market bottomed in mid-June, rallied, then waffled since that time, our proprietary macro market indicators all point to much greater risk of a major decline from this level than a fast return to bull market glory. Thus, SPDN is at best a way to exploit and attack the bear, and at worst a hedge on an otherwise equity-laden portfolio.

US Markets in green on Friday; Dow 30 up over 345 points, Nasdaq Composite, S&P 500 up nearly 1%

US Markets were trading in the green on Friday with Dow 30 trading at 30,678.80, up by 1.14%. While S&P 500 was trading at 3,701.66, up by 0.98% and Nasdaq Composite 10,690.60 was also up by 0.71 per cent

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US Markets in green on Friday; Dow 30 up over 345 points, Nasdaq Composite, S&P 500 up nearly 1%
Earlier today, Indian stock markets ended the week on a winning note. It was the sixth straight gains for equity markets. Source: Reuters
US Markets were trading in the green on Friday with Dow 30 trading at 30,678.80, up by 345.25 points or1.14 per cent. While S&P 500 was trading at 3,701.66, up by 35.88 points or 0.98 per cent and Nasdaq Composite 10,690.60 was also up 75.75 points or 0.71 per cent. A Reuters report said that today’s strength was on the back of a report which said the Federal Reserve will likely debate on signaling plans for a smaller interest rate hike in December, reversing declines set off by social media firms after Snap Inc’s ad warning.

Source: Comex

Nasdaq Top Gainers and Losers

Source: Nasdaq

Earlier today, Indian stock markets ended the week on a winning note. It was the sixth straight gains for equity markets. The BSE Sensex ended at 59,307.15, up by 104.25 points or 0.18 per cent from the Thursday closing level. Meanwhile, the Nifty50 index closed at 17,590.00, higher by 26.05 points or 0.15 per cent. In the 30-share Sensex, 13 stocks gained while the remaining 17 ended on the losing side. In the 50-stock Nifty50, 21 stocks advanced while 29 declined.