Adjusted Debit Balance

Adjusted Debit Balance
The amount of money owed by a customer to his/her broker after paper profits and losses are taken into consideration.

This value is calculated by subtracting the accountholder's profits on short sales and balances in a special miscellaneous account. According to the SEC's Regulation T, withdrawals from margin accounts can only be made if there is a small adjusted debit balance.

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