--- Comment #6 from Christian <> ---
The solution suggested by mahueb55 is a good one. It can be implemented in two
1. Add the possibility to configure a category for "gain/loss" - whether
globally, per investment account, or per security can be discussed.
2. Decide how to calculate the profit/loss automatically and implement that.
(This could be optional or replace a temporary solution of entering this value

There is the possibility of entering inconsistent values if they are entered
manually and (2) is not implemented. But to me this doesn't pose a problem as
the current method (which would be equivalent to having a 0 profit/loss always)
seems to be inconsistent in the same way.

Another reason why it would be good to have the realized profit/loss in a
category is that some taxes are calculated on it (e.g., "capital gains tax").

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