Securities Value vs Total Market Value vs Cash Balance
This is confusing me, and it could just be an accounting thing. When I look at my Fidelity 401K register, I see "Securities value" which is the sum current value of my investments, a "Cash Balance" of nearly the same amount, and a "Total Market Value" that's the sum of the two. I know I don't have both the investments, and the cash. Is there some accounting method I don't understand about how to account for the investments?, is it a quirk with the Feed?, or is something wrong? Anyone? It throws off my overall investment reports. Confused.
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