Updated: Nov 29, 2020
Do not generally trade in illiquid shares. Trade only in shares with activity, unless you have fully researched the company and you have a specific reason for buying.
Do not continue to hold a position if the share price is trending against you. It is better to cut your losses and look at something else with potential. You can always revisit it at a later date, if there is still a good story behind the company.
Remember it takes years to learn how to trade shares properly. Do not expect to learn everything you need to know about the markets in one week or even one year, as it takes time to study and practice.
Keep an eye out for our next three trading rules.
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