If you’re holding for the long term, I wouldn’t worry too much. Time in the market beats timing the market and all that.
What you could do if you have a lump sum to invest is dripfeed it over several weeks/months in case of any big short-term peaks or troughs.
@Redsteak41 dude just put the app away and go and read and learn more. This is your 3rd post about this
When looking at max use something that’ll show a wider history. That £57 was from Covid hitting the world. Pandemics are fairly rare but you’ll always going to get these major events even if they happen once a decade.
So it’s never a good idea to buy at the top, however if you’re keeping this for many years it shouldn’t matter.
I personally wouldn’t touch this as the return to risk is not what I’m after. I’m after 20% swing in a week not five years. But for low risk low reward sure you could put some money in.