One of the clearest lessons from history is that trying to time moves in and out of markets to catch the peaks and troughs rarely works, says John Husselbee - and yet so many investors still try to beat the odds
A common saying in investment circles goes that timing the market is a fool's game, whereas time in the market - ie keeping your money invested - will typically lead to solid results. And, to that end,...
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