Investors who simply held on to their positions during the flash crash had recovered all or most of their paper losses
within about a week.
Still, some in the industry have had a hard time accepting real-dollar losses for natural person credit unions when, so far, everything at the corporates is just paper losses
. One CEO suggested that when he started a few decades ago, credit unions were allowed to run in the red if they looked promising.
The silver lining is that you can use investment losses to reduce taxable income so long as you are willing to turn paper losses
into real profits and work around IRS offset rules and annual net-loss deductibility limits.
The special account's paper losses
will be realized once the ministry begins to unwind its huge holdings by selling dollars at these lower levels in exchange for yen.
In sharp contrast, individual holders frequently keep shares for three to seven years and often hold on to downtrodden stocks in the hopes that they will eventually see their paper losses
Leaf casting, a more mechanized version of pulp filling of paper losses
, involves pulling a slurry of pulp and water through losses in paper with a vacuum pump over a fine screen.
The suits allege that the defendants were involved in damage inflation and paper losses
, where bills were submitted for nonexistent damage and repairs, as well as switches of VINs and license plates to conceal past claims using the same cars.
These transactions are channeled through one or more passthrough entities to create paper losses
that flow back to individual returns, offsetting income from other sources.
Those companies could not sustain their paper losses
and, as a result, began to focus on their core business to sustain profitability.
Paper mills can significantly reduce off color and off shade paper losses
by splitting the flow of dyes and fluorescent whiteners.
The New Zealand carrier's share price dropped again on 25 September and it has, along with its two largest shareholders, suffered paper losses
of about NZD2.35bn since the collapse of Ansett on 12 September according to The West Australian newspaper.
Of the total losses, 7,132.1 billion yen came from losses connected to retirement and pension-related liabilities, 1,597.1 billion yen in appraisal losses on stocks and other securities holdings, 685.4 billion yen in valuation losses in real estate holdings and 139.4 billion yen in paper losses
on golf club membership certificates.