Insurance companies are a source of revenue for many businesses. They invest the money they receive from policyholders, which can lead to fluctuations in profits and losses. Insurance companies are also regulated, which means that they must keep a large amount of capital on hand to cover unexpected expenses. The empirical results of the value selection model (H1) are shown in Table 4. Columns (3) and (4) show that long-term shareholdings by insurance institutions have…"The Importance of Insurance in the Share Market"