I added more stock when the price dropped after earnings. I didn't need to sell my existing position prior to earnings to raise $. I don't trade in nickels and dimes.
Cityseg, we're talking about the premiums you pay on your stock purchases.
Let us know when you feel you might be relevant again and we'll evaluate.
Do the math dumb dumb. Would you rather get charged a 15% or 38% tax rate on your stock gains? Also, wouldn't it be best to offset any of these capital gains with qualified losses? Enrico, stick to obscure movie trivia.
I know how the wash rule works. I asked because cityseg has been talking about how much money he's going to make.
Hahaha, that's rich. Have fun trying to convince yourself buying at a higher price is better.
I'd lose the ability to write off my current losses if I repurchase the same recently sold amount of shares a few days later and then nothing were to happen to share price. Furthermore, this will effect any long term capital gain I'd wish to employ if JAKK were to take off. The tax law was written to avoid one churning their account.
If I only owned a few thousand shares and day traded such as yourself, I may employ this shortsided strategy and scalp a few buck here and there. Tough to get rich this way. Do your research before commenting and looking like a fool.
call anyone else in the world..... they will explain why buying at a lower price is better.
Somebody is right and somebody is wrong. The market is telling you that it does not believe JAKK will meet 2016 guidance. Management is saying they will meet 2016 guidance.
Its real simple folks, if they meet or beat it's a homerun and B&B will instantly restore their credibility. In fact, they should wear capes when going to work.
If they miss, well...it may be the final nail in B&B's reputation.
I have a hard time saying this, but I'm betting that the dynamic duo comes through.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Sure, so I can accumulate wash sales on my total share count and lose any chance of my future long term cap gains. Smart decision. BloodBath....Baahahahaha....donk!!!
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Actually, if you listened to me you would have sold pre-earnings and bought post earnings. Check my posts.
I love how you selectively leave things out. Go back to my posts.