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Jim Cramer's four rules for trimming winning stock positions::
Rule No. 1. If a stock rallies on absoultely no news, then you have to do some selling and at least book some profits lest you give them back.
Rule No. 2. Cluster upgrades are made to be sold, not bought, no matter how much you may love the stock.
Rule No. 3. Feel free to do some light trimming when you spot a new worry of a sector, especially if it has hit a peer in the industry before the one you own, because it most certainly will impact yours in the future.
Rule No. 4. Even though a long-term story is terrific, make sure that you take some profits when you begin to see warning signs of a noisy, short-term environment. Most likely, you'll end up with an opportunity to buy it back if the long-term story gets rocked by short-term factors.