Short-Term Capital Loss

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Short-Term Capital Loss

The loss one realizes by closing a position one has held for less than one year. For example, if one buys a stock or bond and sells it five months later for less than what one paid, the loss is considered a short-term capital loss. One may write off short-term capital losses against any capital gains.
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Zuckerberg said the change was a direct reflection of his being a father, adding that he was willing to accept short-term losses Facebook may face as a result.
But IBK Investment and Securities analyst Kim Ji-young said the market will have to look beyond the short-term losses to see the silver lining, adding that "expectations for it to be a big investment bank still persist.
The move saw the greenback weaken against its major counterparts, enabling gold to recover short-term losses and trade above $1,250.
The sources noted that the decision to float the pound will cause short-term losses, as all contracts and agreements were based on an exchange rate of EGP 8.
6% benefit in the future, so "you never want to use short-term losses to offset long-term gains.
As I see it, the Leave result will see short-term losses, but long-term gains.
The short term downside is that riskier assets tend to be more volatile, so there is a greater risk of short-term losses.
It instead found both the richest and poorest in society would be squeezed, while the middle classes will be marginally harder hit, facing short-term losses of up to PS1,600 per household and a long-run cut of up to PS5,550.
It makes us focus on achieving short-term gains and avoiding short-term losses.
The painful talks last for five months and saw the International Monetary Fund and the United Sates put immense pressure on the bondholders to accept short-term losses in return for preventing Ukraine's pro-Western leaders from being forced into resuming their reliance on Russia.
Cebu Pacific Air should expect short-term losses in its long-haul market because of the stiff competition there, according to a report in the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
New York (USAsian Network Business & Industry News) Mon, Jan 27, 2014 - Cebu Pacific Air should expect short-term losses in its long-haul market because of the stiff competition there, according to a report in the Philippine Daily Inquirer.