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When you're investing for the long term, experts say there's no 'bad' time to get in the market

3 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Waiting for the "best" time to invest in the stock market just means you're missing out on potential returns in the meantime.
Experts say you should invest whatever amount you can, whenever you can. If you don't have a lump sum to invest, a dollar-cost averaging strategy works, too.
But first make sure you pay off high-interest debt and have enough emergency savings.
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If you're plotting the "best" time to invest in the stock market, you may be missing the point.
The stock market doesn't move linearly; there are ups and downs...
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