Staying power

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Staying power

The ability of an investor to stay in the market and not to sell out of a position when an investment has fallen in value.

Staying Power

Informal; the ability of an investor to refuse to give into fear after a loss and to remain in the market. Because every investor loses on some positions, it is necessary to have staying power in order to become (and to be considered) a "serious" investor.
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