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Accumulation

1. Buying over a period of time. For example, this might be done by an institutional investor to avoid making a single substantial purchase that might drive up the market price, or by a retail investor who wants to reduce risk by dollar cost averaging.

2. Retaining profits within a company, as opposed to paying them out as dividends.

3. More generally, any buying.

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