Strategies

4 Major Benefits Of A Dollar Cost Averaging Investment Strategy

Dollar cost averaging is a simple and effective strategy of investing fixed amounts of cash at predetermined times. If you invest $1,000 every month, then you are dollar cost averaging. The strategy is easy to understand, but many of the benefits are not so obvious. Here are 4 such benefits:

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7 GARP Stocks Offering Solid Returns In the Near Term

A Growth At a Reasonable Price (GARP) strategy helps investors gain exposure to stocks that have impressive prospects and are trading at a discount. Using the GARP principle, we have run a screen to identify 7 stocks that are likely to offer solid returns in the near term.

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Bitcoin: If Support Fails $2,000 Is A Possibility – Here’s Why

The Bitcoin trend remains up as it has spent the majority of the past 5-years inside of rising channel. Nothing of late has changed this long-term trend but it is testing support right now but if support should happen to fail, the descending triangle measured move suggests that Bitcoin could head towards $2,000!

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“Buy and Hold” Investing Can Be Hazardous To Your Wealth – Here’s Why

One would think that following two major market corrections of over 50% within the last two decades, investors would have a better appreciation for how much time it takes to compound your way out of losses. While buy-and-hold investors who stayed true to their strategy over the last two decades are indeed ahead, they lost many years of valuable compounding time in a quest to “get back to even.” The bottom line is that corrections and crashes matter a lot.

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