IFB296: Listener Q&A – Dollar Cost Averaging/Portfolio Management

Welcome to the Investing for Beginners podcast! We have another great listener episode! As always, we love hearing from you guys and ask us questions. Today’s listener episode will be about dollar cost averaging, sizing your bets and everything you need to know about 401k investing! Listen on as Andrew and Dave give their insights especially on the right ways to correctly size your bets and why you should or not trim your winners.

Timestamps of the episode:

-How to use dollar cost averaging (DCA) in spreading your bets on the best opportunities. [02:14]

-Don’t give in to the itch of trying to find the next best idea as sometimes you can find it really close by. [07:55]

-Where to find more info on the funds offered in your 401K and how to approach them. [09:10]

-Universal rules in 401K investing and why every beginner should know about this. [11:56]

-How to correctly size your bets in your investment portfolio. [15:15]

-Should you let your winners run? or trim until your stomach can manage? A good problem to have.[21:10]

-A pitch on Andrew and Dave’s amazing newsletters. [27:05]

Note: Timestamps may differ and are approximate, depending on your podcast player.

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