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Ok, I'm sure this is a silly newbie question that will irritate all the veterans, but I'd really appreciate some help. If this question has been asked already, please let me know where to find the answer. Thanks in advance...

Anyway, I recently sold some shares of a mutual fund that I have been accumulating for about 3 years. I've been buying shares monthly at all sorts of different prices, so I have no idea how to work out my capital gains/losses. I don't even know if I sold for a gain or loss. Can someone tell me how to figure this out? Thanks.


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