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How do you reconile "low trading volume" and "very low share liquidity"?

Yuval Taylor

I set a limit below which I won't go but favor stocks close to that limit. My limit is around $50,000 traded daily. I also don't trade in stocks with a float of less than five million. I get a few big bid-ask spreads from time to time, but using only limit orders helps. I also favor stocks with low share turnover, which has nothing to do with liquidity.

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