To be long of the market

Definition of To be long of the market

(Stock Exchange) to hold stock for a rise in price, or to have a contract under which one can demand stock on or before a certain day at a stipulated price; - opposed to short in such phrases as, to be short of stock, to sell short, etc.
- Fairfax.

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To be in a nutshell
To be in a pickle
To be in alt
To be in bad odor
To be in conclave
To be in for it
To be in full feather
To be in high feather
To be in leading strings
To be in liquor
To be in luck
To be in mischief
To be in one's cups
To be in the doldrums
To be in the straw
To be in the swim
To be in the wind
To be in touch
To be in with
To be lever than
-To be long of the market-
To be master of one's self
To be meet with
to be more Catholic than the Pope
To be no more
To be of acquaintance
To be of opinion
To be off
To be off color
To be off one's food
To be off one's rocker
To be off the hinges
To be on a foundation
To be on edge
To be on foot
To be on her beam ends
To be on one's back
To be on short commons
To be on speaking terms
To be on the anvil
To be on the carpet
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