Definitions for "long position"
The state of actually owning a security, contract, or commodity. also called long. opposite of short.
To buy or hold a long position is the state of actually owning a stock, security, contract, or commodity. It is the opposite of a short position.
The amount of SECURITIES that the person or its agent has title to or would have title to but for having loaned the securities; has bought or has entered into an unconditional contract to buy but has not yet received the securities; has exercised a standard CALL OPTION; has converted, exchanged, or exercised an equivalent security; or is entitled to receive upon conversion, exchange, or exercise of an equivalent security. Rule 14e4(a)(1)(i).
Keywords:  signifies, brokerage, i'm, gift, cisco
Signifies that an investor has ownership of a security and is entitled to receive any dividends from it, to sell it for profit or transfer it.
The purchase, ownership of an investment with the expectation of an increase in its price.
1. Ownership of a security, giving the investor the right to transfer ownership to someone else by sale or by gift; the right to receive any income paid by the security; and the right to any profits or losses as the security's value changes. 2. Investor's ownership of securities held by a brokerage firm.
Indicates ownership. In the futures, the long has purchased the commodity for future delivery. In the options, the long has purchased the call or the put option.
A trader buys something, in the hope that its value will go up futures/options/swaps
Cash Market: Trader owns the commodity.- Canceled when commodity sold Futures Market: Trader has purchased a futures contract.- Canceled by selling contract, taking delivery or cash settling (if applicable)
Keywords:  nyse, average, moving
Moving Average NYSE
An excess of purchases over sales of the relevant investment instrument.