Thank you. So if this is a regular (taxable) account, and I sell it before the date of record, then is it a correct assumption that my loss will not be lessened by (any portion of) the capital gain recorded on the date of record ?I.e., if I bought a share for $50 in March, I can sell it today for $40 and in 5 days the (short+long) capital gain for the year is recorded as $3/share, then, what is my loss ? I assume it is $10.
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