Theorically, yes. It is unlikely that it will result in an actual reduction in taxes. The loss is reported as part of the miscallenous deductions on Schedule A. Only losses over 2% of your income are a deduction. For a small loss to decrease your taxes, you need to already have miscellneous deductions exceeding 2% of your income and itemizing deductions.
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