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When the market crashed this summer, I borrowed 10,000 on a low interest (credit card intro offer) card and put it into the market. It cost me $500 as a finance charge and approximately $400 in inerest since then. Is there anyway to balance this $900 against my capital gains (I used the credit card for this purpose only if that helps)
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