A portfolio’s cash portion represents the funds we’ve not yet been able to invest. Our investment algorithm is always trying to minimise a portfolio's cash position. The occasions you might see cash on your portfolio are: when you make a deposit that we have not yet invested; and when we have liquidated assets for a withdrawal/closure, but have not yet returned the funds.
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