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cost averagingnoun [U]

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STOCK MARKET regularinvestment of a ​fixedsum of ​money so that you ​buy more ​shares when the ​price is ​low and fewer ​shares when the ​price is high: dollar/pound, etc. cost averaging With ​poundcostaveraging you ​even out the ​peaks and ​troughs of the ​shareprice during the ​year.
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