Thinly traded

Thinly traded securities are those that cannot be easily sold or exchanged for cash without a significant change in price. Thinly traded securities are exchanged in low volumes and often have limited numbers of interested buyers and sellers, which can lead to volatile changes in price when a transaction does occur. These securities are also known as being illiquid—Read more at Investopedia. Hargrave, Marshall. “Thinly Traded.” 30 April 2019