...Doesn't that qualify you as a trader?Maybe it does, but he still has to complete Schedule D listing all of his trades. The only advantage of being a "trader" would be to take his expenses on Schedule C instead of Schedule A. He can avoid the Schedule D if he elects Mark-to-market accounting, which he evidently has not done.ed
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