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Can any Fools here recommend an inexpensive (less than $10/trade) "user friendly online broker" where one can designate what block of stock they are selling through their online trading system?
Fidelity is very good about this.
When you do a sale, and have multiple blocks of stock, it will prompt you to choose which lot(s) the sold shares come from.

The commissions there vary, depending on:
*The volume of trading you, and
*The amount of assets you have with them (multiple accounts can be combined, including mutual funds where you don't trade.)

$10/trade is about what I pay.

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