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How to find the best penny stocks & it’s benefit?
I want to make a small investment in penny stock, i cannot do analyses, do you pick them,if you do, suggest some and your charges
If I buy puts while holding employee stock options, how are the gains or losses on the puts treated for tax purposes?
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