Jun 29, 2020
In episode 275 of Financially Simple, Justin and Jeff Jeter cover the ins and out of Dollar-Cost Averaging.
Buy low, sell high - that’s essentially what Dollar-Cost Averaging is, but it there’s more to it than that. Justin and Jeff discuss what Dollar-Cost Averaging is, and break down the math behind it in Financially Simple terms.
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01:18 - What is Dollar Cost Averaging
04:48 - What is DCA
05:57 - Frequency
11:14 - Breaking Down the Math
15:28 - Fire and Forget
18:28 - Other Advantages to DCA
19:45 - DCA Uses
23:13 - Wrap Up
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