A long period of time, as for a bond (e.g. 10 or more years) or for a buy and hold investment strategy.
A subjective term indicating the longest time period used in terms of investments. At a minimum, it applies to a timeframe of 1 year, but usually at least 2 years or more. Wags define a long-term investment as a short-term investment that is showing a loss. See also Medium-term & Short-term.
In accounting terms, one year or longer.
Lasting one year or more.
Something that will span several months or perhaps even 1-2 years
Lasting one year or longer.
typically refers to a holding period of at least 5 to 10 years.
A long-term investment horizon in the context of the Endowment Portfolio means a period of time that would include two business cycles, which would generally mean about 10 years.
In accounting information, one year or greater.
As used in environmental and physical (beach) monitoring, over one year and often five years or more.
Generally refers to a time horizon of ten years or so, as distinct from the medium term or short term. When used in a technical sense relating to factors of production, it refers to that time horizon over which all factors may be regarded as variable.