Daily Assessment of Mark to Market (MTM) in Trading

How often is Mark to Market (MTM) assessed in trading?

In trading, MTM (Mark to Market) is typically calculated daily. At the end of each trading day, MTM helps determine the day's profits or losses on open positions. By having this regular assessment, traders can effectively monitor and manage their portfolio's performance. We recommend being diligent about understanding your MTM calculations as it plays a pivotal role in informed decision-making in trading.
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