How Capital Gains work
When the price of a stock goes up, that is considered as stock price appreciation. For example, if you buy a stock for ₱9 per share and it rises to ₱11 per share after a year, you have experienced a ₱2 (22.2%) stock price appreciation. The stock price appreciation is your Capital Gain (without considering the broker’s fee) and it can be realized or unrealized gain.
Mastering the following key topics
- Why people invest in the stock market and what are the ways to make money from stock market?
- Capital Gains vs Dividends
- Realized vs Unrealized Gains
- Stock Price Appreciation
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