## What to do if you are fund manager?

### What to do if you are fund manager?

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance for any suggestions

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As a fund manager, he gets no choice based on fund's requirments , does anyone have any suggestions how you handle this situation if you are fund manager?fab1usa1 wrote:Accept what the market will give you and then vow to never accumulate a "heavy" position again.

Thanks you very much for any suggestions

Hedging the position is not an option based on the fund's restriction.akhoury wrote:Can you hedge the position, or offset it with an appropriate allocation? Assuming it is long can you generate short call premium? Just a couple thoughts that occur to me.....ack

Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do if you are funds manager?

Thanks everyone very much for any suggestions

My portfolio has 10 slots, each position uses 10% of total equity. If a position should go to zero then I lose 10% of my portfolio value. I never "double down" on a position if the price continues to decline. Ten percent is ten percent is ten percent.

I do use a technique called dispersed entry where I divide my position equity by two. I buy 5% at a specific limit price, and another 5% at a lower limit price. This tends to smooth out the equity curve but lowers the overall return.

The typical hold time per market is 3 to 7 days, sometimes less, sometimes more.

On the odd occasion when markets are correlated after a macroeconomic or geopolitical event, I will "throttle" new positions so that my portfolio does not fill up on the first day. I will take 1 maybe 2 positions on the first day, and then cancel remaining orders. Then on the second day I will pick up another 1 or 2 positions.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks everyone very much for any suggestions