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#128 – The Perils of Market Timing: Missing The Best Days In The Market

Tune in as Wes Moss discusses the investment math, data, and history that could make a major difference in your early retirement plans. Listen as Wes walks through the history of market recovery, what happens when you miss a handful of market up days as an investor, and the importance of participation over perfection when it comes to sticking it out in the market. He also shares how challenging and risky it can be to hop in and out of the market, the importance of protecting your purchasing power, and when the dry powder principle can come in handy. Furthermore, Wes expresses the significance of utilizing history as our guide in combating market downturns and timing.

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