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<<An analogous behavior would be to plan to build a new garage, and buy fire insurance your house - but only up to the value of the new garage, and expiring as soon as you finish building the garage.
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Since you persist with thinking in caricatures, further efforts to discuss this issue is pointless.


Making lump sum investments isn't a bad strategy. I happen to think that DCA can have advantages when the decision to invest is somewhat more ambiguous.


But you are certainly welcome to your own methods.



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