Dollar-Cost Averaging is an investment method that is meant to eliminate the risk of investing at the wrong time. The idea is that you buy shares of stock on a regular schedule, regardless of what the price is. You buy more shares when the price is low and fewer shares when the price is higher. …Continue reading "What is Dollar-Cost Averaging?"
An odd lot is a securities trade made for less than the normal trading unit. If you are talking about stocks, an odd lot would generally be a trade of less than 100 shares. The number differs for other types of securities, though. In some cases, because of the size of the order, odd lot …Continue reading "What is an odd lot?"