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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Joint WCD Foundation and Spencer Stuart sessions providing advice on how to best position oneself for new board opportunities and governance trends and best practices published in the firm's annual portfolio of over 20 Spencer Stuart Board Indexes
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.
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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.
Actively position oneself to influence decisions and resource allocation
It is, thus, not easy to position oneself in this triply fashionable setting, but this study by Boriana Panayotova withstands the challenge: it is careful, meticulous, and sophisticated.
In Afterlands, Steven Heighton makes it clear: to position oneself resolutely with regard to such a problem is a mistake.
Once a target company is identified, the next major challenge is how to position oneself to become the selected suitor and avoid overpaying.
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