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post #9061 of 11195
It's been a while since I've been told about wash sales, but do they really hold for mixed of taxable and retirement accounts?

Even so, it was my understanding that you could come pretty close to duplicating risks without triggering the wash rule. So going from a Vanguard index fund to a Fidelity fund, or even a Vanguard fund to an ETF could be OK.

This is very old knowledge, though, so don't let me get you in trouble.
post #9062 of 11195
According to this , you can't re-buy something similar in a retirement account and claim a loss on a taxable account within the wash-sale window.

And selling a vanguard S&P500 fund to buy a fidelity S&P500 or an S&P500 ETF would still trigger a wash sale.
post #9063 of 11195
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And selling a vanguard S&P500 fund to buy a fidelity S&P500 or an S&P500 ETF would still trigger a wash sale.
That may be an evolution in the regulation. It used to be that "substantially identical" was drawn pretty narrowly.
post #9064 of 11195

Poor CMG can't catch no break :(

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According to this , you can't re-buy something similar in a retirement account and claim a loss on a taxable account within the wash-sale window.

And selling a vanguard S&P500 fund to buy a fidelity S&P500 or an S&P500 ETF would still trigger a wash sale.

Check with your broker, they should have the most up to date info.

Or, if it's allowed, it's more prudent to use futures to net out the long position avoid cap gain.
post #9066 of 11195
Just listened to Marissa Mayer's interview on Bloomberg and boy does she sound tired, frazzled, and stressed. Can't blame her.

But her entire piece was just BS sound bites that don't tell anything about her perspective or inspire confidence:

"I am very confident in our long term strategy. We've really set ourselves up for success."

"We have xyz numbers on web, mobile, etc."

"I've returned $10b to shareholders in buy backs."

Good lord shut the fuck up. Ugh.
post #9067 of 11195
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Just listened to Marissa Mayer's interview on Bloomberg and boy does she sound tired, frazzled, and stressed. Can't blame her.

But her entire piece was just BS sound bites that don't tell anything about her perspective or inspire confidence:

"I am very confident in our long term strategy. We've really set ourselves up for success."

"We have xyz numbers on web, mobile, etc."

"I've returned $10b to shareholders in buy backs."

Good lord shut the fuck up. Ugh.

I belive I posted a picture of her in the 'homely women appreciation' thread. The company is as dead as BBRY was in 2007. Zero, and absolute zero innovation.
post #9068 of 11195
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I belive I posted a picture of her in the 'homely women appreciation' thread. The company is as dead as BBRY was in 2007. Zero, and absolute zero innovation.

Wood hit.

FB bought Instagram for $1B. Yahoo bought tumblr for $1B, $750M of which was goodwill. Lulz.
post #9069 of 11195
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Wood hit.

FB bought Instagram for $1B. Yahoo bought tumblr for $1B, $750M of which was goodwill. Lulz.

Did she literally say 'I've' ?

That is absolute definition of a company going down the crap hole when you have a CEO who uses 'I'. It's a company you moron, you employ people. Take on some accountability.
post #9070 of 11195
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FB bought Instagram for $1B. Yahoo bought tumblr for $1B, $750M of which was goodwill. Lulz.

Umm, guessing you don't know much about accounting huh? Lulz indeed.
post #9071 of 11195
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Did she literally say 'I've' ?

That is absolute definition of a company going down the crap hole when you have a CEO who uses 'I'. It's a company you moron, you employ people. Take on some accountability.

I don't recall tbh.
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Umm, guessing you don't know much about accounting huh? Lulz indeed.

Bruh I took Accounting 101 in college. Don't hate!

Sa da tay!
post #9072 of 11195
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post

Just listened to Marissa Mayer's interview on Bloomberg and boy does she sound tired, frazzled, and stressed. Can't blame her.

But her entire piece was just BS sound bites that don't tell anything about her perspective or inspire confidence:

"I am very confident in our long term strategy. We've really set ourselves up for success."

"We have xyz numbers on web, mobile, etc."

"I've returned $10b to shareholders in buy backs."

Good lord shut the fuck up. Ugh.

She is a narcissist delusional executive that lives in her own bubble and receives free pass for more than she deserved only because she's female.
post #9073 of 11195
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Did she literally say 'I've' ?

That is absolute definition of a company going down the crap hole when you have a CEO who uses 'I'. It's a company you moron, you employ people. Take on some accountability.

Spending $1M printing big red book to "boost" employee moral, photo stand with her during extravagant year end party for a deadbeat company, and all those vogue and 7x7 publicity. She is literally the female Donald Trump.
post #9074 of 11195
The guy from Goldman Sachs was on the Squawk on the Street this morning. He seemed more than optimistic about the economy.
post #9075 of 11195
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The guy from Goldman Sachs was on the Squawk on the Street this morning. He seemed more than optimistic about the economy.

Ones world view tends to change after 600 hours of Chemo.

Also, banks always talk their books. The more they talk about their books the worse situation it is.
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