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revised What are some useful approximations to the Black-Scholes formula?
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comment Proof showing that dollar cost averaging always worse than lump sum alternative
What if I told you that dca hugely outperforms a lump-sum investment approach if instead of investing the parts at time-shifted periods you instead disregards time and buy companies with great fundamentals but depressed stock prices because of overall market sentiment-- this is not what we generally mean by dollar cost averaging. This is fundamental analysis-- a popular strategy to pick stock. Dollar cost averaging is designed to avoid picking stocks/analyzing stocks specifically.
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