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Cost Basis Method when selling


DG1066

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When selling part of a position, that is made up of a number of stocks held in the same position, that have been bought at different times and at different prices . How do I select the stock that I wish to sell ? ie. a sale of part of my holding and I wish to sell those that cost me the most to buy first ? Charles Schwab refer to this as ' Cost Basis Method ' of selling 

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