**Current Investment**

The** current Investment **shows the amount invested in the stocks that you have right now. It doesn't include the amount you invested in the stocks you have already sold via Manage / Rebalance / Partial Exits.

It is the sum of investments into each of the stocks/ETFs & calculated as the total sum of the average buy price of each stock/ETF multiplied by the number of shares for that stock/ETF.

**Current Value**

It is pretty simple. This is today's(current) value of your investments. If you sell your investments, you will receive the amount as in Current Value.

**Money Put In**

The** Money Put In (MPI) **amount will give you the total amount you have invested into the smallcase from your end. The MPI will not change if you sell some stocks,

In case of a rebalance or manage order which involves both sell and buy trades, the difference between the total buy amount & sell amount will be added to the MPI if the buy amt > sell amt. If not, the difference will not be adjusted in the MPI as there is no extra amount being invested into the smallcase from your end.

### Example

Say you bought 10 shares of a stock ABC at a price of Rs. 100 per share about a month ago

Your

**current investment**is**10x100 = Rs. 1000**If the current price of the stock is Rs. 110 per share, the

**current value**can be calculated as**10x110 = Rs. 1100**In total, you have invested Rs. 1000 into the stock & hence, your Money Put In until now is Rs. 1000

If during a rebalance, you have to sell ABC & buy 5 shares of XYZ at a price of Rs. 250 per share.

Sell amount for ABC = Rs. 1100

Buy amount for XYZ = 5x250 = Rs.1250

Since Buy amt > Sell amt, the difference of 1250-1100 = 150 will be added to your MPI which will be now

**MPI = 1000+150 = Rs. 1150**New

**Current Investment**= 5x250 =**1250**Note: If the sell amt > buy amt, the MPI would have remained at Rs. 1000