Depending on you age, yes. That said, you could be pissing it away depending on your timeframe. But you'd be sizing down your average entry, such that the chart below is not a true "break even timeline."I am not the most financially savvy person there is, so I am asking those in this thread who may be more savy: I currently put 10% of my income into 401k, max out my Roth IRA every month ($500), and put 10% into my brokerage account which is mostly Index Funds and ETFs. So 25% of my income each month is going into the market. Should I keep doing this as a recession/market downturn is on the horizon?