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Old 08-12-2017, 05:36 PM
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Originally Posted by disneysteve View Post
Well that's basically true of everybody. Unless your entire net worth is in a suitcase of cash or sitting in a saving account, it's mostly on paper. But that's how net worth is measured: the current value of your holdings minus any debts.
Some have more in stocks than others, especially as you get closer to retirement. Regardless, it is a paper gain no matter the semantics used.
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