Short-term gain

Short-term gain (or loss)

A profit or loss realized from the sale of securities held for less than a year that is taxed at normal income tax rates if the net total is positive.

Short-Term Capital Gain

The gain 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 more than what one paid, the gain is considered a short-term capital gain. The government wishes to encourage long-term investment and, as such, short-term capital gains are usually not entitled to preferential treatment for tax purposes; that is, they are taxed at a higher rate than gains from long-term investments. See also: Short-term capital loss.
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"I wouldn't want to jeopardise his long-term future for a short-term gain.
A short-term gain by a part of the population has hurt the entire nation.
Piper implies, and which by the way will provide short-term gain for some of his people but long-term pain for the majority, they were protesting against the man himself.
Short-term thinking, failing to see the bigger picture and 'economising' for short-term gain under the dogmatic ideological guise of austerity results in long-term pain further down the line.
The top short-term gain was had by Northwestern Mutual Real Estate Investors in 2012, when they sold the Russell Investments Center in Seattle to Commonwealth Partners for $325 million.
They would moderate decision-making and prevent the headlong pursuit of short-term gain. "Glory be," we said.
Muhammad Javad Zarif said the most important first step is to figure out why some are attracted to "perverted ideologies of demigods who are financed by people looking for short-term gain at the expense of others".
So rather than opting for short-term gain and longer-term pain, it might pay them to look at other cost-cutting measures first, because there are a number of ways to reduce the costs, without reducing the workforce.
It's short-term thinking for short-term gain. I can't see any end to this.
Ethan is a Wall Street "quant", a number-cruncher who devises an algorithm that exploits and worsens international financial instability for short-term gain. Jessica and Ethan are both minor players, forced to shoulder the consequences for cruel deeds they had little control over.
A culture that sacrifices short-term gain for long-term success.

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