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Timing the Markets and Getting Back to Even

(2/8/23) Whose comments yesterday were more impactful for you: Joe Biden's SOTU address or Jerome Powell's post-Fed clarification speech? Markets loved the latter, and on a weekly basis, the bullish trend continues as economic data becomes "less bad." Fair warning, fellas, that Valentine's Day is approaching; prepare accordingly. Which is more effective for investing: Time-IN the markets, or timing the markets? The philosophy of investing, and why we do; Timing the Market defined; the problem with "getting back to even;" Compounding Capital and what happens when you lose; what makes the best client?

3:02 - Jeers a & Cheers for SOTU Address; Jerome Powell's post-Fed speech
14:36 - Valentines & Bullies
19:25 - Time IN the Market vs Timing the Market
30:19 - Why You Never Really Get "Back to Even"
44:23 - Compounding Capital; The Best Clients
Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO, w Senior Advisor, Danny Ratliff, CFP
Produced by Brent Clanton, Executive Producer
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