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Do I just use one hyphen, as in:

  • long-term oriented portfolio

Or go all in with:

  • long-term-oriented portfolio

I feel like the whole thing is a compound adjective because oriented is also an adjective here, not a verb in the past tense...

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  • A fine mess someone got you in. Why do you need oriented? Resume much? Team-player detail-oriented, too? Sep 28, 2022 at 0:12

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  1. long-term-oriented portfolio; or

  2. a portfolio oriented long-term

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