Value Averaging: A Better Version of Dollar-Cost Averaging?

We’ve covered dollar-cost averaging (DCA) previously, but for you strange people who haven’t read every word of this blog, it’s essentially buying a fixed dollar amount of stock at set intervals. For example, investing $500/month for 10 months. True DCA really refers to the idea of doing this for a lump sum, i.e. gradually investing … Continue reading "Value Averaging: A Better Version of Dollar-Cost Averaging?"

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