You find the Account value under Portfolio > Overview
(here you have an example from SaxoTraderGO)
The Account Value is:
- The Cash on the account that includes Cash balance, Transaction not booked and Corporate action accruals
- Plus or minus the value of any unrealized profits or losses from open margin positions (CFDs, FX and Futures) on the account
- Plus the market value of any Options, Stocks, Bonds, ETFs and other funds.
- Cost to close, such as commission, exchange fees, stamp duty etc.
Note that there could be a discrepancy between the Value of positions shown in the Account details and the Position module that can be explained by the fact that the Value of positions figures shown in Account details are real-time values, while the Position module could be using delayed pricing based on your market data subscription.
Also, note that there could be a discrepancy between the balance data shown in the Account summary/details and the values shown in the Positions module. Some of the components in the Account summary/details might be using slightly different prices from the prices used in the Positions module. This is designed to protect clients from the risk of a stop-out as a result of spreads widening without the market actually moving.
Please note, that we have a different definition for adjusted account value in the context of interest calculation. Read more here.