Dollar Cost Averaging
Stock Investing Definition

The definition of Dollar Cost Averaging is:

Investing equal amounts of money (e.g., $50) at a regular time interval (e.g., quarterly) regardless of whether securities markets are moving up or down. This practice reduces average share costs to investors, who acquire more shares in periods of lower securities prices and fewer shares in periods of higher prices.

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