Unrealized gain (loss): The change in value of an asset that has not yet been realized
- Depending on financial reporting, may or may not appear in financial statements
- Stock will have an unrealized gain if the current value is greater than the basis (purchase price)
- Stock will have unrealized loss if the current value is less than the basis (purchase price)
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