If you are investing over the long term, once you have a base
of investments, you almost always have a gain to cash in because the market generally goes up over a longer term.
For example - if you bought something in 2015 and decided to donate something in late 2018, you would most likely have a gain in that holding, even though the market was down in 2018, and could still donate it.
If there was a situation where I couldn't DIK, I would pay cash. I can't remember the last time I didn't do a DIK.
Remember. No one should invest money they can't afford to lose.
"We will fight, day or night. Rain or snow. There is no mention of fair weather." By a CB Poster but I can't remember who...
The Mighty Acorns was my high school mascot?!
Let's get to a 16 team football playoff. Bigger than March Madness.