Factor accumulation

 

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Factor accumulation

An increase in the quantity of a factor, usually capital or sometimes human capital.



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Accumulation

Accumulation

The acquisition of an increasing quantity of something. The accumulation of factors, especially capital, is a primary mechanism for economic growth.


Accumulation units

Accumulation units

Units in a unit trust where the income from the trust's investments is reinvested in the trust rather than being paid out to its investors as dividends. This is either through enhancing the unit price or issuing additional units.Unitholders get the benefit of the dividends through the increased value of the fund's assets (and their share of those assets).


Accumulation

Accumulation

Regular investment of a fixed dollar amount in a mutual fund with dividends reinvested.In charting, the period before a sustainable price rise when the so-called smart money starts to buy stock.Purchase of a lage number of shares over a period of time in a manner designed to avoid pushing the price up.


Voluntary accumulation plan

Voluntary accumulation plan

Arrangement allowing shareholders of a mutual fund to purchase shares over a period of time on a regular basis, and in so doing take advantage of dollar cost averaging.


Accumulation area

Accumulation area

A price range within which a buyer accumulates shares of a stock. See: On-balance volume and distribution area.


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