Floating profit and loss and position profit and loss refer to the same concept, that is, unrealized gains or losses under the current market price, which can be used interchangeably, but there are still some subtle differences between them.
The return on fund holdings refers to the return on holding funds, while the profit and loss on stock holdings refers to the profit and loss of all stocks held in the stock account. The profit and loss situation does not need to be manually calculated by investors but will be displayed in the investor's holdings. If the profit and loss display is positive, it indicates that the investor is profitable, and if the profit and loss display is negative, it indicates that the investor is at a loss.
Fund return = (current net value minus net value at the time of purchase) * fund units minus handling fees; stock profit and loss = (stock current price minus stock purchase price) * stock quantity minus handling fee.
So, is the holding profit and loss a floating profit and loss?
Yes, floating profit and loss and position profit and loss refer to the same concept, that is, unrealized gains or losses under the current market price. In the stock, futures, and other trading markets, when an investor holds a security or contract, its market value will change with the fluctuation of the market price, resulting changes in position gains and losses or floating gains and losses. Therefore, holding gains and losses and floating gains and losses can usually be used interchangeably.
Is there a difference between holding profit and loss and floating profit and loss?
Although floating profit and loss and position profit and loss can be used to express the same concept, that is, unrealized gains or losses under the current market price, there are still some subtle differences between them:
1. The position profit or loss usually refers to the unrealized gains or losses of the securities or assets held at a specific time point, while the floating profit or loss can change at any time because it reflects the market value under the current market price.
2. The position profit and loss may include the influence of other factors, such as dividends, while the floating profit and loss only considers the influence of the current market price on the market value.
3. In futures trading, position gains and losses may also include other factors such as changes in margin, while floating gains and losses usually only focus on changes in the contract market value.
In summary, although floating gains and losses and holding gains and losses can be interchanged, there are still some slight differences between them.