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Pound cost averaging

(stock exchange) a method of accumulating capital by investing a fixed sum in a particular security at regular intervals, in order to achieve an average purchase price below the arithmetic average of the market prices on the purchase dates


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  • Pounded

    [pound] /paʊnd/ verb (used with object) 1. to strike repeatedly with great force, as with an instrument, the fist, heavy missiles, etc. 2. to produce or effect by striking or thumping, or in a manner resembling this (often followed by out): to pound out a tune on the piano. 3. to force (a way) by […]

  • Pounder

    [poun-der] /ˈpaʊn dər/ noun 1. a person or thing that , pulverizes, or beats. [poun-der] /ˈpaʊn dər/ noun 1. a person or thing having or associated with a weight or value of a or a specified number of (often used in combination): He caught only one fish, but it was an eight-pounder. 2. a gun […]

  • Pound-foot

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  • Pound-force

    [pound-fawrs, -fohrs] /ˈpaʊndˈfɔrs, -ˈfoʊrs/ noun, Physics. 1. a foot-pound-second unit of force, equal to the force that produces an acceleration equal to the acceleration of gravity when acting on a mass of one pound. Abbreviation: lbf.

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