• Book-to-book proof


    A proof used to determine the correct number of shares or bonds in a portfolio. Disregarding market value, the proof looks at the opening number of shares (or bonds) for a specific security, adds purchases and subtracts sales, adjusts for Corporate Actions and calculates an ending number of shares (or bonds).


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