Anyway, as of now, you’ll be happy to hear that I’m up $200K on my 2002 investment. And I haven’t paid a cent in taxes.
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If they haven’t been sold yet (so there’s no taxes) they also shouldn’t be counted in income yet, either, as the gain hasn’t been recognized. A minor quibble.

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