Sell at the top, wait for the market to drop, and then buy back in.
The problem is that timing the market is much more likely to lose you a huge amount of money than gain any.
And even if you do manage to time the market perfectly, the return you’ll get in the unlikely scenario is only marginally better than if dollar cost averaging into the market every month instead.
Just a few views from Sasha’s experience that might just come in handy.
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