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Directional Trade

A trade that requires the underlying asset to move in one direction in order to produce profits.

To make a profit, the trader must determine before placing a directional trade which way the asset will go.

Additional Comments:

Buying stocks is an example of a directional bet because the stock price must move higher in order to generate profits.

Related Terms:

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