Cash basis: An accounting method whereby transactions are not recorded until cash is exchanged. When used for determining the capital gain (or loss) earned on a securities position, cash basis is determined by multiplying the number of units held by the average acquisition price and subtracting that figure from the current market valuation of a position once it is sold.


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