position trader

Definition of "position trader"
  1. A person who buys or sells contracts and retains them for a long duration, in contrast to conducting all trading activities within a single day
How to use "position trader" in a sentence
  1. As a position trader, he decides to hold onto his contracts for a few months.
  2. Unlike a day trader, a position trader can be more relaxed, not having to close contracts within one day.
  3. Employing a position trader strategy, she purchased contracts expecting a rise in the market in the upcoming weeks.

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