Pension Advisers Learn the Folly of Market Timing

In the state that brought us gambling as an everyday activity, the two professionals who gauge investment odds have taken their money off one particularly large table, deciding that it no longer makes sense to bet on Wall Street wizards to beat the market. The New York Times’ Ron Lieber dives in.

Pension Advisers Learn the Folly of Trying to Beat the Market.

 

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