TeachMeFinance.com - explain Long interest
Long interest -- The collective speculative holding of a particular
stock or of stocks in general ; the opposite of short
interest. The expression "The long interest in the market,"
for example, signifies the aggregate speculative holdings of
stocks in general.
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