Here is a question that I am sure is easy to those in the know -I have a ($10,000) short term LossI have a +$5,000 long term Gainnet ($5,000) LOSSIs there any special approach I should use in selecting stocks in the black to reduce my taxes on these stock gains ? - in other words, since I have a ($5K) Net LOSS, is the solution to sell ANY stock gains - independent if the gains occur from short or long term holdings ?Or must I sell only short term gains to offset the ($5K) loss since all of the loss came from the short term holdings ?Thanks for any input on this !math999man
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