GOING LONG Definition

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GOING LONG is the purchase of commodities, bonds, or stock with no immediate intention of selling them, i.e. the purchase is for long term investment or speculation. See GOING SHORT.

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CHEQUE BOOK see CHECK REGISTER.

INDICATIVE is a stock price quote that is non-firm. All quotes displayed by Market Makers in OTCBB issues are required to be firm, with the exception of DPPs which are limited to indicative quotes only.

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