Most investors considering adding more money to stock positions they already have in their portfolios. But in those cases, it's helpful to know the advantages or disadvantages of averaging up or averaging down on a given stock.
In this installment of our "Ask a Fool" series, Fool contributor Dan Caplinger discusses whether you should average up or down on a stock. With several examples, Dan notes when each strategy is most likely to succeed as well as showing why neither strategy always works out.
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