How negative sentiment trumped solid market fundamentals

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Russell Investments’ Chief Investment officer – Client Investment Strategies Erik Ristuben provides Russell’s views on how negative sentiment trumped solid fundamentals in the market earlier this week. Could the market be its own worst enemy? No doubt about it, negative sentiment trumped solid fundamentals in the market on Monday. As the Russell 2000® Index lost […]

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Dollar Cost Averaging: Myth or Viable Strategy

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Dollar cost averaging (DCA) is an investment strategy where fixed amounts are invested into the market at set intervals as opposed to making a one-off initial lump sum investment. The idea behind the strategy is that, by drip feeding regular amounts into an investment, an investor buys in at various unit prices and that over […]

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