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Gregory R. Pasieka, CFA

Gregory R. Pasieka, CFA, is a Portfolio Manager in the Quantitative Active/Enhanced Index team specializing in tax advantaged strategies. He examines the answer to the question When Recognizing Losses, How Much is Enough?

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