I've had this question for a while and this seemslike as good a place as any to ask it :) Well, it's not exactly a question.What I'm wondering is, how do you (or, maybe more to the point, daytraders) deal with taxes?Do they just do a global gains-losses computation and pay taxes on that?I mean, I get annoyed enough just by my broker sending me trade confirmations, and I don't trade often ;) It seems it would be a major pain to try to manage individual trades or stocks for people who trade 20 times a day.
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