You’ve heard “Dollar Cost Averaging” a lot but don’t know what it means.

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Once you understand “Dollar Cost Averaging” or DCA, you’ll never forget it.

You wake up in the morning looking at your $12,000 of savings and believe that they’re not being utilized. Then, you embark on the idea of investing in them. You could invest them in the stock market or cryptocurrency, but that’s beyond this article.

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Al Anany

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Business Consultant | Blockchain & Machine Learning-Focused | Zurich, Switzerland | www.alanany.com

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