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In theory, dollar-cost averaging allows you to invest smaller portions of your money over a longer period of time, reducing the chance that you pay a price too high for any individual investment. If your ideal allocation calls for $50,000 to be invested in the stock market through an index fund like VTSMX, rather than buying $50,000 worth of the fund in one day in a lump sum, dollar-cost averaging spreads that purchase in equal amounts out over days, weeks, months, or even years to reduce your exposure to daily fluctuations of the market. By investing the same dollar amount each time, you buy more shares when the price is lower ...
The strategy of "averaging down", as the term implies, involves investing additional amounts in a financial instrument or asset if it declines significantly in price after the original investment is made. It's true that this action brings down the average cost of the instrument or asset, but will it lead to great returns or just to a larger share of a losing investment? Read on to find out. (Learn about dollar cost averaging, a related strategy, in Dollar-Cost Averaging Pays and Fight The Good Dollar-Cost Averaging Fight .) Conflicting Opinions There is radical difference of opinion ... Read More
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