If you have enough to support yourself in retirement (assuming 3% annual inflation) and you know there will be a correction to the economy and market, should you cash out at some point and watch from the sidelines. If I understand Merriman, even he market times to a degree. I don't think with a great economy, virtually no unemployment, low interest rates/inflation that it's time to cash out but we know it won't last forever. If I was 30 or needed a large annual return to catch up, I wouldn't ask the question, but I am close to retirement. I guess it really comes down to a persons risk tolerance. Your thoughts?
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