How did I get a cash call?

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How did I get a cash call?

If you borrow money to buy a stock, you may face a “cash call,” also known as a margin call, if the value of that stock declines. A margin call means you’ll have to deposit more money in your account immediately. If you don’t, your securities might be sold, and you might face further penalties.

Q. What is a cash call on Etrade?

A cash call is a notice to satisfy a negative balance in a brokerage account either by depositing cash or selling securities. Etrade takes 5 days to release funds for withdraw after sale. Cash accounts require that all stock purchases be paid in full, on or before the settlement date.

Q. What is a cash call on shareholders?

Cash Call means a demand made on Partners by the General Partner pursuant to the LP Agreement for an additional capital contribution.

Q. What is an insurance cash call?

Cash Call — provision whereby large losses can be collected from reinsurers, rather than paid by the insurer on an account or from funds withheld or a loss escrow account.

Q. What is a cut through endorsement?

A cut-through endorsement is a separate agreement between the reinsurer and the direct insured that becomes a part of the original reinsurance agreement. Like the cut-through clause, a cut-through endorsement usually applies when the ceding insurer becomes insolvent.

Q. What happens if you don’t pay a margin call?

If you do not meet the margin call, your brokerage firm can close out any open positions in order to bring the account back up to the minimum value. This is known as a forced sale or liquidation. Your brokerage firm can do this without your approval and can choose which position(s) to liquidate.

Q. What is a ceding company?

A ceding company is an insurance company that passes a portion or all of the risk associated with an insurance policy to another insurer. Ceding is helpful to insurance companies since the ceding company that passes the risk can hedge against undesired exposure to losses.

Q. What is a clause for insurance?

An insurance clause is a contractual provision that establishes what insurance one or more parties must procure in connection with an agreement.

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