How value averaging helps you automatically buy low and sell high — without market timing and stock-picking techniques
Value averaging is a formula strategy for stock market investing — a safe and easy way to higher investment returns. Formula investing is a method very widely followed by investors around the world. And value averaging is perhaps the best formula investing strategy available superior, for instance, to dollar cost averaging.
Value averaging enables you to automatically 'buy low and sell high', the classic dictum for stock market profits. Being a systematic approach that is mechanical, it relieves you of the need for market timing and stock-picking skills — and the emotional involvement in the market which so often turns would-be investors into speculators.
Value averaging is ideal for investors who want a safe and easy system for accumulating wealth in the stock market. As opposed to haphazardly jumping from one fad to another, it is a disciplined, automatic approach for building wealth consistently, and without undue risk.
This book provides enough meat for readers who want to understand formula investing in depth. At a practical level, you need only skim through its theoretical parts without affecting your ability to construct a successful, practical investment strategy.
"Today's best way to invest.” — Money Magazine, USA.
"Value averaging will always lower your total cost per share, and will typically provide a rate of return that's higher.' — Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, USA.
“Easy-to-use system.” — The Boston Herald, USA.
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