Investment Time and Timing

Time, Not Timing, Is the Key to Investing

This year has presented investors with many reasons to reevaluate their investment strategy, or even entertain sitting in cash with the hopes of waiting out the uncertainty.

Trying to navigate the highs and lows of the market, investors tend to naturally want to buy at the market bottom and sell at the peak. Unfortunately, no one can predict when these inflection points will occur. The fear that keeps investors on the sidelines may help save them from experiencing pain, but also likely means they’ll miss out on the gain.

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Jeremy Robert

Director of Portfolio Management & Due Diligence

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Melissa Santas Peterson

Partner & Chief Investment Officer, Wealth Management Practice

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