Look at the possibility of selling the short term loss in one year and the long term gain in another. We are getting close to the end of the year and if you don't have to have the money now you may be able to save a few bucks by taking advantage of the previously mentioned $3000 offset against ordinary income vs. taking the long term gain. just another $0.02 --it depends on why you're selling and what you're goingto with the money...this is a way to save a few bucks --but if you're selling in order to buy something else, you *could* makemore on the new stock over the next 2.5months....if you're selling to pay bills, could *easily* savemore by paying the bills.suggest you read post #19493jp
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