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|Subject: Re: Roth IRA trading and taxes||Date: 7/22/1999 10:44 PM|
|Author: SGallimore||Number: 12489 of 77407|
Thanks for asking the same question I was pondering all day. I have my first $2000 sitting in my money market waiting for my decision.
I would like to buy stock in a good company that I hope will grow in value. Watching it I anticipate selling from time to time increasing my portfolio.
What happens to the balance after that first purchase? It could be less then $100 left over. If you add that to the "kitty" for next year's $2000 addition does that mean you can buy more stock?
Thank you Andy or studentinvestor1 or anyone with a thought.
steve fooling in WI
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