DCA

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DCA

1. Directed coronary atherectomy, see there.
2. Directional color angiography, see there.

DCA

Abbreviation for directional atherectomy.
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With the growth in demand for our fee based series, its important for us to provide our automated Dollar-Cost Averaging Fund for Series F in addition to Advisor Series which has been available for quite some time, said Mr.
Lots of studies have been done on dollar-cost averaging v.
Dollar-cost averaging is a method of investing that involves risk.
Dollar-cost averaging involves continuous investing so investors should consider their ability to make periodic payments in all market environments.
Dollar-cost averaging forces investors to do the opposite--buy the most stock when prices are low.
You'll be buying at the low end and dollar-cost averaging.
Steady contributions to a plan over time can allow families to take advantage of dollar-cost averaging and qualified tax advantages each year," said Coghan.
Manulife Investments proposes to replace certain operating expenses of its funds (excluding the Manulife Dollar-Cost Averaging Fund) with fixed administration fees.
The product offers 57 investment options, three death-benefit options, dollar-cost averaging and asset-allocation rebalancing, zero net-spread loans, decreasing mortality and expense charges that disappear after year 20 and a rapid-issue program.