Comment on ZT-View Holdings

Matti commented on 22 Apr 2019, 08:34 PM

1. Realised profit is the profit you book after exiting a trade. Unrealised profit is the profit you can book if you exit a trade at any given time. For example, assume you buy stock A at Rs. 100 and sell it at Rs. 150. For the sake of simplicity, let us ignore all the charges associated with the trade. In this case, your realised profit is Rs. 50. Similarly, you bought stock B at Rs. 100 and it is currently trading at Rs. 125. You have still not sold the stock. In this case, your unrealised profit is Rs. 25.

2. Stocks are settled on a T+2 basis, so, if you buy a stock today, it’ll be displayed under T1 tomorrow and in ‘Qty’ after the second day of purchase. In simple terms, stocks bought on Monday are in T1 till the end of Wednesday.

3. Yes.

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