When markets are volatile and we have a sharp selloff people get nervous, especially if they have a lump sum to invest. The reason for this is that they are scared of a market crash and as a result, they try to time the market by holding back money thinking that there will be a better entry point at some time in the future.
One way around this is to drip-feed/dollar cost average into the market over a period of time. But this begs the question: what is the most effective period of time to drip feed over? In my latest video, I look at the answer to this question. I also explain in what kind of environments dollar-cost averaging performs better than lump-sum investing and whether it is worthwhile doing it at the moment.
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All information is given for educational purposes and is not financial advice. Ramin does not provide recommendations and is not responsible for investment actions taken by viewers. Figures that are quoted refer to the past and past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
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