This table consists of the free shares earned as the result of trades.
To illustrate this: Say 100 shares were purchased at $10 for a total cost basis of 100 x $10 = $1,000, and then subsequently 85 shares were sold for $12 and clearly 85 x $12 = $1,020, 15 shares remaining invested (100 - 85 = 15). So the cost basis plus $20 of cash profits would have been returned. The remaining 15 shares would be considered "free" by this trading system.
In addition, the free shares portfolio acts as a container to hold earned dividends. If an equity is already in the free shares portfolio, all whole and fractional dividends get deposited into the free shares portfolio. If an equity is not already in the free shares portfolio, all whole share dividends get deposited into the free shares portfolio.
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