Dollar-cost averaging (DCA) calculator for Cresio (XCRE) backtesting

Price development of XCRE

Investing $100 in XCRE from Mar 2022 to Jun 2022 every 7 days ($1,300 in total) would result in $842.6 of value! Average price of $0.02 per 1XCRE. -35.18


Summarised data regarding your investment.

3 months (91 days)
Total investment
$1,300 (13 investments)
Value in FIAT
Value in crypto
72307.688005 XCRE


Balance of your asset valuation

Estimate the development of your earnings over time

DateCoin priceAverage priceInvestmentFIAT Balance (usd)XCRE purchased with $100Profit/Loss %
3/26/2022$0.03$0.03$100$1003,853.862 XCRE0.00%
4/2/2022$0.03$0.03$200$200.823,822.63 XCRE+$0.41
4/9/2022$0.02$0.03$300$289.524,050.551 XCRE-3.49%
4/16/2022$0.02$0.03$400$385.134,112.857 XCRE-3.72%
4/23/2022$0.02$0.03$500$483.344,132.061 XCRE-3.33%
4/30/2022$0.02$0.02$600$505.814,921.502 XCRE-15.70%
5/7/2022$0.02$0.02$700$602.674,952.211 XCRE-13.90%
5/14/2022$0.01$0.02$800$522.087,071.136 XCRE-34.74%
5/21/2022$0.01$0.02$900$621.67,077.642 XCRE-30.93%
5/28/2022$0.01$0.02$1,000$734.976,928.566 XCRE-26.50%

Dollar cost averaging

What is DCA?

Dollar cost averaging (DCA) is calmest investment strategy where person invests a fixed amount of money over given time intervals, such as after every paycheck or every week, without checking prices and stressing of pumps or dumps.

People choose this investment strategy when long term growth of an asset is foreseen (investopedia).

Source: investing in Bitcoin from January to May in 2021.


When should I start?

This is made to be simple and calm, remember? The rule of thumb here is - don't wait for any dips, just start. So, the simple answer is - now.

Even if price dumps in a meanwhile, historical data shows us that it will eventually rise (usually by a lot) which gives you a competetive adventage and lower average price.

Source: investing in Bitcoin whole 2020 Vs. only the second half of 2020

People saving $50 in Bitcoin per week, over the last three years turned $8,500 into $60,076

(source DCA calculator)