Are you skittish about jumping into the market after March’s steep decline? You’re not alone. But entering the market isn’t an all-or-nothing proposition. You may find it more palatable to slowly dip your toes in the water and buy a little at a time. This method of investing, termed dollar-cost averaging, helps alleviate the anxiety that’s typical after a steep market decline. In our latest white paper, “Once Bitten, Twice Shy? Ease Market Entry Fears by Dollar-Cost Averaging,” we examine the benefits and costs of a staged market entry.