9 Investing Strategies: Dollar-Cost Averaging

Dollar-Cost Averaging (DCA) involves investing a fixed amount of money at regular intervals, regardless of the asset’s price.

This strategy helps investors mitigate the risk of market volatility by spreading out their investments over time, reducing the impact of short-term price fluctuations.

Source: https://hftresearch.com/blog-dca/

Now, for more advanced investors, I suggest “Strategic DCA.” Okay you won’t find anything on the internet under this term, because I came up with this name.

But I’ve been using this strategy for years, and it’s made me most of my crypto fortune so I gotta give it a fancy name.
It involves buying at strategically good entry points. I did this a few years ago at $7k to $10k and again in 2022 from $17k to $22k. This approach has worked well for
me and our members, but you’ll need to know a bit more about different order types, market sentiment, technical analysis and such. It’s a bit much for now, but as you can see, there are cool tricks that professionals use to get in at better prices.

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