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In the corporate finance world, accumulation refers to profits that are retained by the company rather than paid out as dividends.

In the context of investments, accumulation refers to the purchase of a large number of shares over a period of time by an institutional broker in order to avoid pushing the price of that share up.

For mutual funds, accumulation refers to the regular investing of a fixed amount while reinvesting dividends and capital gains.

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