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I would consider turning over my taxable account to ESTC at these levels, but being about 3 weeks away from a new tax year, I just can't justify doing it until after Jan 1st. That way I delay my tax hit by about 15 months, which more than allows upside to cover the tax owed (imo).

So in a weird spot where I want ESTC to go up for ego's sake to finish YTD strong, but on other hand ok with ESTC being in mid/low's $60s on Jan 2nd to turnover taxable.

Doesn't mean I don't believe in TTD or AYX, just not to the same degree as ESTC in the low $60s.


I guess, as long as TTD/AYX don't collapse the next 3 weeks, I could live with no ESTC movement.
Win-win I suppose.

If ESTC does pop at some point in next 3 weeks, I can pocket gains from my recent allotments, too.

We will see. Enjoy the weekend all...I am too tired from the day job to think right now. Creamsicles sound good.

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