FWIW...when I retired I moved 500K of my 401k to be managed by Fisher Investments. They invest mainly in stocks, with very little going into ETFs. They had it all invested in only a couple of weeks. No DCA'ing at all.What had your 401(k) been invested in prior to you moving it to Fisher? If the was mostly in stocks, all you were doing was changing the stocks that you were investing in, not 'putting a lump sum into the market' - the lump sum was already in the market.AJ
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