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Always In Long
new student - I've noticed a few times now where Al uses terms that I'm not 100% familiar with or don't seem to have been covered earlier. Most recently I'm seeing "Always In Long". I get the obvious meaning - but I'm wondering if there's a strict definition to this - in other words is this trading jargon?
Found my answer in the glossary - shocking I know - it's friday that's my excuse! 🙂 Thanks!
Dig as deep as you can with this concept, because in Al's words (First sentence in chapter 15, third book of the trilogy):
You mind summarizing the parameters of the defiition that you found in the glossary or video #13? Me like quick answers, hehe.
I challenge you to dig into the above information that Ludopuig mentioned and form your own conclusion of always in. If someone just gives you the answer, it will not sink in properly.
Here is a video that may help as well.