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Net long - What does it mean?

Hi,

in some of the cases I stumbled across the term "net long". Can anyone explain what exactly is meant by that?

Thanks a lot!

Hi,

in some of the cases I stumbled across the term "net long". Can anyone explain what exactly is meant by that?

Thanks a lot!

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Hi Anonymous,

"net long" is a term used in an investment markets context. Investors and market traders can take either a long or short position on an investment. Long positions are typically taken by bullish investors and short positions are associated with bearish investors. If there are more bullish than bearish investors for a given asset or portfolio, then investors (in the aggregate) take a net long position on that asset/portfolio.

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Hi Anonymous,

"net long" is a term used in an investment markets context. Investors and market traders can take either a long or short position on an investment. Long positions are typically taken by bullish investors and short positions are associated with bearish investors. If there are more bullish than bearish investors for a given asset or portfolio, then investors (in the aggregate) take a net long position on that asset/portfolio.

Cheers, Sidi

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