Definition of "long"
  1. The act of possessing or gathering stocks, goods, or commodities in the hope of their prices increasing in the future
How to use "long" in a sentence
  1. He decided to long the shares of the tech company, expecting a surge in price soon.
  2. Trading experts suggest to go long on commodities when the market appears bullish.
  3. The investor, with a strategy to long the precious metals, waited for the right time to purchase.

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