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Shares (4 Posts)
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13 August, 2017 09:55AM
Abigailsangels - 13 August, 2017 09:55AM

As shares are assets..

What if at the time of disclosure you have a loss example

The book cost.. price of all share let's say 100 thousand

And now there is a 50 percent loss..

So, 50 thousand loss but also 50,000 cash still available if sold

The shares are for long term ..

Thank you
Re: Shares
davidterry - 13 August, 2017 10:49AM
If shares are worth £50,000 on a given day then that is what they are worth. The value of shares fluctuates. The relevant value in most cases is their value as at the date of the settlement.

If you think that shares today worth £50,000 will be worth £100,000 in a year's time there is nothing stopping you making your fortune on the stock exchange. You will soon be rich if you can make such predictions successfully.
Re: Shares
Abigailsangels - 13 August, 2017 11:49AM
Sorry I meant the original investment was 100 tho but now at a 50 percent loss
Re: Shares
HatMan - 13 August, 2017 05:46PM
That is irrelevant - You have an asset of £50,000

It's the same as if you had bought a vintage car or a house and the value had dropped - the asset is worth whatever it is worth, you cannot contra the loss as some sort of debt !
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