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When to cut your losses in the stock market

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan3/11/2021 11:03 AM GMT+08  • 7 min read
When to cut your losses in the stock market
Get insightful tips and advice from the team at The Edge Singapore, on when's a good time to let go of your positions.
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No one likes to sell shares in the stock market at a loss, not even the most seasoned of investors. But it is something many investors may have to do, hopefully not too often, especially when they buy speculative stocks, stocks based on market trends (such as gloves stocks), or stocks with volatile prices.

We speak to The Edge Singapore’s executive editor and resident technical charts expert Goola Warden and senior financial analyst Thiveyen Kathirrasan, on when investors should let go of their positions when it seems there’s no way up.

1. When a stock starts dropping in value on the market, when do you know if it’s a good time to sell?

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