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Long Positions

Long Positions

When a futures trader believes that the price of an asset is likely to rise, it makes sense to consider entering into a long position. This approach is similar to the traditional ‘buy and hold’ strategies that are commonly seen in stock markets. Here, a futures trader buys an asset at one price and looks to sell it back to the broker at a higher price some time later. The difference between this purchase and sale price marks the total profit or loss in the position.In terms of strategy, long positions are generally based on a bullish outlook that supports an argument for higher prices at a later date. Short Positions

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