The right time to buy funds

Start early and invest regularly

Most investors buy mutual funds to help meet their long-term financial aims, perhaps to save for a child’s education, to buy a house, or to prepare for retirement. The sooner we start investing for these aims, the better.

By adding to investments at regular intervals, investors can ride out waves of short-term market volatility, take advantages of long-term growth trends, and benefit from the effects of compounding. Regularly adding to investments helps investors benefit from a process known as “dollar cost averaging”. The video below explains this in more detail.

Dollar Cost Averaging Explained