strong hands

Definition of "strong hands"
  1. A situation where a party likely retains ownership of a commodity after receiving delivery notices for futures contracts, or when a well-resourced speculator or trade interest holds the futures positions
How to use "strong hands" in a sentence
  1. Despite the market fluctuations, he is among the strong hands who are likely to retain ownership.
  2. She has strong hands in the futures market, showing great potential as a speculator.
  3. With his resourceful backing, he can afford to have strong hands in this volatile commodities market.

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