Sit tight


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Related to Sit tight: put aside, in line with, take it for granted

Sit tight

Directive from the trader to the customer to be patient, emphasizing that one's piece of business will be executed.

Sit Tight

A message to a client from a trader or broker advising patience and stating that an order will be executed as soon as possible.
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Paula O'Reilly, of Alliance & Leicester, said, ``2002 has been a very turbulent year for the stock market, it is encouraging that nine out of 10 investors are taking a long term view and choosing to sit tight rather than cutting their losses and running.
You just have to sit tight and wait and see what hand your dealt.
Lee Grandin, of Landlord Mortgages, warned: "With so many new schemes marketed heavily at investors, some with rental guarantees, there will be some losers unless investors can sit tight for ten years.
Rather than sit tight, take Bucharest back to Goodison and try and repair the damage in front of their own supporters, Everton went chasing another goal and were ruthlessly undone.
He wants to go to a bigger club or will sit tight and see out the remaining 14 months on his contract.
I don't blame the player, who can sit tight for two more seasons while picking up a total of pounds 2.
The forecast suggests we could get another 4-6mm of rain, so we'll just have to sit tight.
Given the uncertainty of the times, many retailers are choosing to sit tight.
Mega-earners like Damien Duff, Joey Barton and Obafemi Martins have indicated they are willing to sit tight.
Rangers may chose to sit tight and come in with an offer at the 11th hour.
They told me to sit tight, and I knew what that meant,'' he said.