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What does long and short mean in swing trading? See details….?

Query by LizzieK: What does lengthy and short mean in swing trading? See facts….?
I am a new stock investor. I came across a internet site that explains their services as: “The objective of our ‘Swing Trades’ is to give brief term stock investors a list of stocks for swing trading that have a profit possible, Long or Short over a period of 1 week.” What does the extended and brief imply in relation to this sentence? Please clarify how you use these in trading relating to how they employed it in their sentence. Your assist is greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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Answer by slavaret2
Profit possible for Extended or Short positions.

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One Response to What does long and short mean in swing trading? See details….?

  1. trader says:

    When you take a long position in a stock you are buying shares in the company expecting the value of the stock to go up. You then sell the stock when the stock price indicates the upward trend is over.

    When you take a short position in a stock you are expecting the value of the stock to go down. You cover the shorted shares when the stock price indicates the down ward trend is over.

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