One other thing, the 200 shares is actually the result of buying to close two written put contracts. I'm assuming that they are substantially the same as shares.Did you have 200 shares of the company and sold it at a loss?Or is this just buying/selling of options? I believe that options are not "substantially identical" to shares. But if you had shares that you had to buy because of options (you were assigned the shares), then those shares *are* identical to any other shares.
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