I think the best strategy that works in trading is the concept of partial profit bookings. Book some profits at intermediate levels and when you have a part of investment turned into profits, hold the rest for higher gains. It has worked for me. If you find it good enough, you can try that! For instance, let's say you got into Tron at a certain price and you see some potential in it. A good strategy could be to book some profits at 25/40% profit mark and hold the rest. That way, even if it comes down, you have already made some profits and in case it shoots up, you have some for the hold as well. Definitely reduces the profit margin sometimes but comparatively safe strategy. I built my portfolio initially by selling at intermediate levels and recovering the investments back. The profits were held for long terms. That way the portfolio grew quickly. Just something that has worked for me repeatedly.