Call it what you want dude, but just because you read a financial statement and hold a stock for more than a day but less than 12 months does not make you an investor
Buying a stock you heard about on Jim Cramers show and holding it for 366 days doesn't make one any more of an investor. Why should these two people be taxed differently based on the morality of their actions?
Serious question... How long does one have to hold an asset to turn it from gambling to investing? And how do you come to that measure?
This post was edited on 3/26 at 1:44 pm