Roy, I'm trying to decide on a game plan for 99' and I was wondering if you could help. Here's my situation:Our income this year, depending on our short term capital gains between my wife and I will be anywhere between $40,000 and $150,000. All of our portfolio consists of one stock that has appreciated to the point where 95% of what we sell will be a long term capital gain. I really need to diversify our port and I'm thinking of putting a rein on the short term trading this year and keeping our income below $42,000 so I only have to pay a 15% long term capital gain on the stock I sell. I'm looking to sell somewhere between 100k-250K worth. If I do this, will I pay 15% on any, some, or all I sell?Ryno
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