going long

Going long

The investor's purchase of a security for investment or speculation that the price will rise resulting in a profit once the security is sold. See: long position. Antithesis of going short.

Go Long

To take a long position. That is, one goes long when one buys a security or derivative.

going long

Buying an investment.
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And so, it is a very strong offensive strategy, whereas in soccer, the kick-out is seen as something that you can retain possession if it's short but it is almost as if it is going long, you need to protect yourself.
In winter windy season the size of fish catch declines almost by 50 percent which makes fishermen toil in going long deeper into sea.
Now, he's looking at going long Spanish stocks on the IBEX and shorting U.
Power Course Instructor's Response: Since we are going long, it would be the next level of resistance.
The examination of students are going on and due to the on going long power outages they could not prepare themselves for their papers", they said.
But a more profitable trade in the fourth ODI between the sides at Multan tomorrow morning could prove to be going long of his skipper Shoaib Malik's efforts at 45 with IG.
Set during the devastation of the Great Depression, Running Mad follows the first-person perspective of nine-year-old Evan Fulton, whose inner resilience keeps him going long past the point when no one else thinks he can make it.
Honduras' sugar industry is going long on the need to produce clean energy, investing $54 million.
Shirley Malone, and the hundreds of thousands of people like her, is the reason we've kept our Financial Fitness Contest going long enough to reach this tremendous milestone," says BE Personal Finance Editor Matthew S.
Why not celebrate your local authors in Seussian style and keep the reading momentum going long after the birthday party?
Perhaps local tree people can keep it going long enough to give you a cushion of time in which to get replacement trees established.