Position Building

Business / Finance / Position Building: Buying shares to build up a long position or selling shares to create a short position in a particular security or group of securities.

Other Words for Building

Building Noun Synonyms: edifice, structure, construction, erection
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Other Words for Position

Position Verb Synonyms: site, placement, situation, whereabouts, placing, emplacement, location
Position Noun Synonyms: viewpoint, point of view, outlook, attitude, angle, slant, stance, stand, opinion, inclination, leaning, bent, sentiment, feeling, way of thinking
Position Adjective Synonyms: posture, attitude, stance, pose, disposition, arrangement, disposal
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Position Diagram

Business / Finance / Position Diagram: Diagram showing the possible payoffs from a derivative investment. MORE

Position Control

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Position Control: A workforce planning tool that imposes certain rules or restrictions on the creation, and filling of positions as a means to manage and control the costs associated with any given position within the MORE

Position Building

Business / Finance / Position Building: Buying shares to build up a long position or selling shares to create a short position in a particular security or group of securities. MORE

Position

Business / Finance / Position: A market commitment; the number of contracts bought or sold for which no offsetting transaction has been entered into. The buyer of a commodity is said to have a long position, and the seller of a com MORE

Position Limits

Business / Finance / Position Limits: Applies to derivative products. Maximum position available in any one future or option contract for a given institution. For 'bona fide' futures hedgers, there are no position limits. MORE

Position Of Equilibrium

Science / Chemistry / Position Of Equilibrium: When a reaction's equilibrium 'lies to the right', the concentrations of products will be greater than the concentrations of reactants when equilibrium is established. Conversely, an equilibrium that MORE

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