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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We urge supervisors to keep an eye on their sailors and help them out of the hot spaces into the cool ones to recover.
Mitchell said that the clinic hopes ships will send Sailors who will benefit the most from the vision-improving surgery, such as those who work on flight decks or in unusually dirty and hot spaces where glasses and contact lens can get dirty quickly.