About Our $29,325 Experiment

If we were to take our money off the table at the close on Tuesday, it would be a $28,670 experiment and we would book a tax-loss carry forward to offset other gains earlier in the year.

But that’s the thing about investing in stocks:  Unlike roulette or other ‘games of chance’ the high art to investing is spotting WHEN to take the money (and hopefully profits) off the table.

It’s a two-edged sword, though:  If you had decided to ‘play the long game’ and had bought at the highs of 1929, you wouldn’t have gotten your money back until the 1950’s.  So our topic this morning is all about timing.

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