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Value averaging and back-end fee

Value averaging (VA) is said to be outperforming dollar cost averaging (DCA) most of the time. But, as far as I know, most financial articles don't concern about the impact of back-end fee on VA ...
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Dollar Cost Averaging (Or value averaging) vs Lot sizes, what am I missing?

I just got my first trading account, in Singapore, and was trying to see if I could use Dollar cost averaging myself on, say STI ETF. But I found out that the stock orders had to number minimum of 100 ...
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Value averaging vs lump sum

I know there is evidence out there which suggests that a lump sum investing approach will outperform a dollar-cost averaging approach approximately 2/3 of the time, e.g. https://pressroom.vanguard.com/...
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What does “average revenue growth” over multiple periods of time mean?

In particular, given 10 years of revenue data, what is "average revenue growth" understood to mean? The arithmetic average of the 9 yearly growth rates The geometric rate of return Something else No ...
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How does Value Averaging work in practice?

I saw this question about value-averaging and had researched it a while ago without understanding how to apply it. In theory, the idea is that you contribute to your account so that the total value ...
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How to determine desired/required value with “value averaging”?

As opposed to dollar cost averaging (DCA), value averaging (as described in this eHow article) is a technique where the investor determines the value the investment should have after a given time ...