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In the above image represents, the "Positions" provides a comprehensive view of your current asset positions, offering essential information to monitor and manage your investments effectively.
  • Product:
    The "product" in the context of finance typically refers to a financial instrument, security, or investment vehicle that can be bought or sold. Examples of financial products include stocks, bonds, options, futures contracts, and mutual funds.
  • Instrument:
    An "instrument" is a specific type of financial product or security within a broader asset class. For example, if the product is "equity," the instrument could be a particular stock, such as shares of a specific company.
  • Quantity:
    "Quantity" refers to the number of units or shares of a financial instrument that you hold in your portfolio. It indicates how many units or shares of a particular asset you own.
  • Average Price:
    The "average price" is the average cost at which you acquired a particular financial instrument. It's calculated by dividing the total cost of acquiring the instrument by the number of units or shares purchased.
  • LTP (Last Traded Price):
    The "Last Traded Price" is the most recent price at which a financial instrument was bought or sold in the market. It provides the current market value of the instrument.
  • Days P&L (Profit and Loss):
    This represents the profit or loss (in monetary terms) associated with a particular financial instrument or position over a specific period, typically calculated on a daily basis. It reflects the change in the instrument's value from the previous day.
  • Days MTM (Mark-to-Market):
    "Mark-to-Market" is a valuation method that reflects the current market value of a financial instrument. "Days MTM" represents the profit or loss (in monetary terms) from marking the instrument's value to the current market price over a specific period, often calculated daily.
  • Total:
    This could refer to the total or cumulative values of the above parameters within a portfolio or account. It provides an overview of the overall position and performance of the portfolio.
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