US News & World Report

Excerpt: “Like so much jargon associated with investing, this term can confuse – but here’s how it works. Every pay period at work, you can contribute a set amount of money into a stock group or mutual funds. “You are purchasing more shares when the price is lower and fewer shares when the price is higher,” says Paul Tarins, president and founder of Sovereign Retirement Solutions in Winter Park, Florida. “This will reduce some of the risk during a bear market.” Especially if you buy discounted company shares through an employee plan.” The entire article can be read on

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