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- As a result of market declines and economic uncertainty over the last few years, many investors have been sitting on the sidelines in cash and bonds.
- For those wanting to increase their allocation to stocks, historically the best average results have been achieved by making a lump sum investment, since over time the market tends to have an upward bias.
- A dollar cost averaging approach may be prudent for those investors who are still on the sidelines and have a heightened perception of risk.
- A faster plan for getting fully invested has worked best in rising markets, but scaling in over 12 months has historically provided noticeable protection in the worst of times.