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at the first interval and another 1,000 shares of stock at the next for $25 a share. That would make the total investment $65,000 and the average stock price $32.50. However, this is not dollar cost averaging - it is simple averaging. The average cost of the stock will not trend towards the current market value if you do not remain consistent in your investment strategy . Using dollar cost averaging, a person would invest a fixed amount - say $33,000 per interval. Thus, when buying the same Microsoft stock at the first interval, a person would end up with 825 shares of stock at $40/share and 1320 shares at $25 each. This ...
is a technique used in investing that is primarily intended to reduce risk that comes with making a lump sum investment. The idea of dollar cost averaging is very simple. You make the commitment to invest a fixed dollar amount at regular intervals (monthly, for example) on a particular investment or portfolio, regardless of how the investment is performing. By doing so, more of the shares are purchased when price of the investments are low and concurrently, fewer shares are bought when prices are inflated. The underlying theory of dollar cost averaging is to prevent the investor from ... Read More
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