scale down (or up)

Definition of "scale down (or up)"
  1. The practice of buying or selling at consistent price intervals, reducing as the market falls in the case of 'scale down,' or increasing as the market rises for 'scale up'
How to use "scale down (or up)" in a sentence
  1. During a market crash, investors may choose to scale down their purchases.
  2. Financial advisors recommended to scale up her investments as the market was doing well.
  3. Due to the steady growth of the market, many investors decided to scale up their buying intervals.

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