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What is the book value of a stock?

The book value of a stock is the amount you paid to acquire units or shares of a security, including commissions associated with the purchase of these securities. It corresponds to the total quantity of units multiplied by their average unit cost.

Consult the acquisition value of your securities on your portfolio statement by logging on to the direct brokerage platform or mobile application.

On the platform, click on "Documents", then on "Portfolio statements".

The documents and portfolio statements are not yet available on the direct brokerage mobile application.

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