from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not brought to realization; not made actual or real: unrealized aspirations.
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- adj. Not realized; possible to obtain, yet not obtained.
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- adj. of persons; marked by failure to realize full potentialities
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And what you call unrealized at trading, is that mark-to-market?
The value of that asset then goes to $1,000,000, leaving the father with $800,000 in unrealized capital gains.
I had to quit because of the management too once, lost a whole bunch of money in unrealized stock options.
NEW YORK — Berkshire Hathaway defended its decision not to write down $1.86 billion in unrealized losses sustained for more than a year in its share holdings of Kraft Foods and U.S. Bancorp.
Regulation Berkshire Defends Accounting to SEC Berkshire Hathaway defended its decision not to write down $1.86 billion in unrealized losses sustained for more than a year in its share holdings of Kraft Foods and U.S. Bancorp.
NY has stated several times since the implementation that they are losing hundreds of millions of dollars in unrealized cigarette taxes because of the black market and internet sales (Indian reservations and such).
A source close to the situation says that when Picower died his personal trading accounts had more than $3 billion in unrealized gains.
Long term unrealized loss on derivative contracts $ (5,999) $ (274)
Net long term unrealized loss on derivative contracts (2,384) (274)
Long term unrealized gain on derivative contracts 3,615 -