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February 08, 2015

Averaging Down




Sunday, February 08, 2015

Averaging down is the term used to describe the strategy of buying a further amount of shares at a lower price than was originally paid, and as a result, lowering the average paid for each share. For example, if 100 shares were purchased at $20 per share, and then a further 100 shares were purchased at $18 per share; the average cost per share is lowered to $19. What this means is that if the share price rises to $19, then the investor breaks even. If the price returns to $20, then a profit is made.

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