Here are three strategies While the coronavirus crisis delivered a debilitating sucker punch to the global economy, investors came up with various new strategies to invest during an economic slowdown. While an economic downturn increases caution, the investors also learn to snap up a bargain.
Dollar-cost averaging or constant dollar plan is a tried and tested investment strategy that includes investing a fixed sum in the same fund or share at regular intervals over a long time. It is an investment strategy that involves picking stocks that appear to be trading for less than their intrinsic or book value. The value investors actively pick stocks they think the market is underestimating.