Position self

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Position self

Used in the context of general equities. Going long or short in anticipation of a stock's movement.

Position Self

To buy or sell a security in the belief that its price will soon rise or fall. Positioning oneself is perhaps the most basic and easily understood investment one can make in a security. See also: Long position, Short position.
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In light of this, the roadblocks are almost the same for large and small companies: the ability to rapidly read market trends, position oneself in those markets for very short market cycles, and have a people and process framework that allow for focus and execution speed.
The proper way to do it is to position oneself directly in front of the object to be lifted.
By then it was far too late to position oneself for the plunge in the pound and in shares most sensitive to the UK economy.
According to preference, one can position oneself as a dialectician who synthesises the seemingly irreconcilable on a higher level, or as a peacemaker who offers the hitherto purblind antagonists practical escape routes out of the ideological prisons they have constructed for themselves.
Their projects have included: a global board survey of directors in conjunction with the Harvard Business School, WomenCorporateDirectors chapter launches, group talks on how best to position oneself for opportunities in governance and training of new directors and women.
Other times, it can take on a specialized emphasis, such as the importance of political savviness or networking to position oneself for another role or job.
Positioning, in the sense of how to position oneself in the region, is also important.
8220;Street Boxing: Defend Yourself In Any Situation” - This DVD shows how to block powerful strikes, punches or kicks, how to keep a safety range, how to position oneself, and how to move facing one or several opponents.
If one was to position oneself in the same way as the body and look to the right into the mirror, then one might see the reflection of the canvas of Christ on the cross.
While modes have changed and evolved over time, the underlying concept of connectivity --finding ways to position oneself to make connections--remains a strong human need.
Finally, there was the self-reflexive question, asked on the part of the viewer, of how, exactly, to position oneself in relation to the work itself--this final inquiry preempted forcefully by the first two.
Marriott elaborates: "to gamble is to surrender oneself to the addictive thrill of pure duration, to position oneself, momentarily, inside the flux of the moment with its constantly changing horizons of possibility and outcome" (p.
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