Position Sizing

Position Sizing

The dollar amount of an investment. When determining a position sizing, an investor usually accounts for his/her own risk tolerance and the total amount he/she has to invest. One may think of position sizing as the dollar amount of the part of a portfolio in a single security. See also: Risk capital.
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