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What is Value at Risk? - Adam Wong

Value at Risk of a portfolio is defined as the maximum loss on a portfolio occurring within a given length of
time with a given small probability
.

An example is shown below:
Example
VaR of the portfolio is defined as the loss (-2%) which has precisely 5% of the probability mass to
its left e.g. loss of $2m based on portfolio of $100m