Posts tagged ‘cost averaging’

How To Pick The Right Stocks For Cost Averaging: Passive Stock Market Investing Part 3

Updated: September 11, 2013 | Investing | 120 Comments

Welcome to the third and final part of this series. Hopefully by now, you already know how to do cost averaging and likewise understand how cost averaging works from a mathematical point of view. As promised, in this last part – we shall examine actual Philippine stocks and see how your investment would have performed […]

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How Does Cost Averaging Work: Passive Stock Market Investing Part 2

Updated: February 21, 2011 | Investing | 12 Comments

In the previous post, I showed you How To Do Cost Averaging – which is simply investing equal monetary amounts regularly on a particular stock over a period of time. For Part 2, I shall try to explain how cost averaging actually works. First, you should know that cost averaging is not limited to the […]

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How To Do Cost Averaging: Passive Stock Market Investing Part 1

Updated: January 17, 2012 | Investing | 86 Comments

There are two basic ways to invest in the stock market. The first one is active trading which involves “timing the market” and doing fundamental and technical analysis. The second one is passive investing or cost averaging which involves doing steady investments through time. If you want to invest in the stock market but you […]

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Reader Mail #17a: Analyzing The BDO Peso Balanced Fund

Updated: November 27, 2015 | Investing | 34 Comments

For today’s Reader Mail, I will answer one of the comments left by a reader in one of my posts about the BDO: Unit Investment Trust Funds. “MANROJ”, told me about his BDO Peso Balanced Fund investment and asked for advice on what he should do. I am certainly not a certified financial analyst nor […]

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