- To go long is to buy a product such as stocks, holding them for a period of time and selling them again. The term is generally used in contrast with short selling and hedging.
This definition is not exactly correct. Is a stock a product?
It looks to me like an explantion of trading stocks not being long. At the moment he was long 10,000 shares. For now I will leave it for someone with more expertise than I about stocks, to fix. Does the word long imply either, holding which includes duration or selling as the only means of disposition?
Long is a surname, too, so maybe it should be added as one. and if you love someone you kiss her/him right away thats my comment. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 09:30, 2 July 2008 (UTC)