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What is Dollar Cost Averaging?

March 23, 2020
Dollar cost averaging is an investment strategy that can be used to alleviate risk. Investors invest a fixed dollar amount into an investment at a set interval to spread out the purchase over time. The investment typically continues each and every month over a long period of time, regardless of market volatility.
When the price of a given investment rises, investors purchase fewer shares as their funds do not reach as far. When the price of a given investment declines, investors are able to purchase more shares and receive more bang for their buck.
Investors benefit largely during bear markets when they can purchase an investment at a low point. Over the long term investors lower the risk of one large purchase at the peak of an investment.
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