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Whether you're investing for the first time or investing for years, you'll be wondering whether or not you need to "synchronize the market". Timing the market basically means guessing what is the best time you should put your money to work. Buy low, sell high, right? It seems so obvious. But as Jill Schlesinger tells Stacey in this episode, cracking up trying to time the market is silly. Jill is the author of a new book: The stupid people that smart people do with their money. She is also a former trader, who uses her own experience – and failures – to illustrate why market timing is a bad strategy.
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