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Kodibochu
Kurra Bewarse
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Posted on Saturday, September 05, 2020 - 8:50 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post


Spy:

if you have losses from other trades this year or from previous years, you can cover those losses and don’t pay any tax.




Oh..Ok. I did not realize about it.

Spy:

If u want to get rid of stock for fundamentals or other reasons, thats a diff topic




Yeah. I agree.
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Spy
Pilla Bewarse
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Posted on Saturday, September 05, 2020 - 8:40 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

Point 2: if you have losses from other trades this year or from previous years, you can cover those losses and don’t pay any tax.

Other than this, I don’t see big advantage in selling.

If u want to get rid of stock for fundamentals or other reasons, thats a diff topic
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Kodibochu
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Posted on Saturday, September 05, 2020 - 8:23 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

I am trying to understand the rationale of the people who sell stocks to book profits-
Day Trading: I totally understand this scenario because they sell the stocks by end the day or 2 days to get profit.

My question is for the sellers of the below scenario
Book the profit now and buy later when the stock price comes down: If you sell an AAPL stock now, you have to pay tax 20% to 40% depends up on the period of holding(both Federal and state). Unless the price of the stock falls below this percentage, whats the point of selling the stock? Am I missing anything here?

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