How to Establish Good Financial Habits – Time in the Market > Timing the Market

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Time in the Market > Timing the Market

 Cory Rappaport, CPA, Associate Wealth Advisor

April 7, 2021

This video blog is the second in a Strategic Wealth Partners series on: How to establish good financial habits. We look forward to sharing these “vlogs” with you over the coming months.

In this vlog, SWP Associate Wealth Advisor Cory Rappaport discusses market timing, which is buying and selling based on predictions of what the market is going to do. Cory explains why time in the market is always a better long-term plan than timing the market.

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