The #Process For Max Position Sizes

03/01/21 01:26PM EST

In this clip from last week’s edition of The Macro Show, Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough discusses how to follow a #process to build out the size of your max position, with advice Hedgeye Power User Leslie from Denver.

“If you are in the middle of the range and you want to take a position, you take a tiny one. If it’s going up, I add about 50 basis points. If it’s going down, I add by smaller until you figure out if you can keep the position,” explains Leslie, as she breaks down how new Hedgeye users should adopt the #process.

 McCullough concurs by saying, “That’s awesome. What you just did, you can teach a lot of hedge fund managers with. You got smaller when uncertainty was developing and bigger when the certainty came back.”

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