If I understand "Netting Out Capital Gains and Losses on Schedule D" correctly, there is no advantage to having a short-term loss unless you have a short-term gain to offset? Is this correct? In other words, if I don't plan on selling anything that's short-term, and I have a stock that's a loser at the moment but I think it will come back, I may as well hang on to it because there's no advantage tax-wise to taking a short-term loss? Correct?Thanks.
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