Bloomberg explored the potential change ahead for the capital gains tax rate. According to managing director Chris O’Keefe, “The first impact would be people deciding they are either going to take their gains now to try to get ahead of it. You could see people pull forward their gains to this year. It would potentially reduce the flow of capital because people would be less willing to take gains and move onto something else. People would be less willing to trade if they had to pay a tax that high.”
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