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A stock market investment deals with buying shares of various companies. Returns are earned from the increase in value of these shares as well as the annual dividends received. The profit you earn from selling your assets like bonds, shares, mutual fund units, property etc., is called capital gains.

So how do you measure your capital gains, especially when you have an expansive portfolio with multiple stocks? The capital gains report will come to your help here.

What Shriram Insight offers?

Shriram Insight provides you a statement which details your Capital Gains (or loss) from equity. Apart from that, you can also readily view your capital gains report any time you wish on the website.

What to read in Capital Gains report

The capital gains report can be quite detailed. However, you have the option to get a simple summary of the report. Nonetheless, here are some of the information you would find in the statement:


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