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Multiple trade on a single share - Daily restrictions?



I would like to know if there are limits on the amount of times the same stock/share can be bought and sold over a single days trading?

i.e if 1000 shares in ABC Ltd were held at a book cost of £1 per share and you wanted to sell them as they hit say £1.50 per share mark.  Then, later the same day the price fell to say £1.10 and you felt they were good value so you wanted to buy back another 1000 shares in ABC Ltd anticipating further gains could be made either on the same day or soon after.

Can this be done and if so how many times can this be hypothetically done, or is there a daily time or re-trading restriction on the same shares by one individual? 


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