Capital at Risk (CaR)
A measure of the amount of money exposed to being lost, either in a trading account or in a particular trade.
Did you know?
U.S. President Richard Nixon is credited with enabling a free-floating currency system after ending the Bretton Woods Accord.
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"Risk Aversion" - The reluctance or unwillingness to take what are considered to be risky positions.
It’s usually better to avoid trading when market activity is low.