According to a lot of scholarly studies, the best strategy to invest is:
Putting 80% of your money in long-term investments and 20% in something "prettier."
The long-term outperforms market timing.
Over diversification is beaten by low-cost, diversified index funds.
Long-term markets outperform property.
Never say to yourself, "This isn't the proper moment to invest." Elections, unexpected events, and various crises will always occur.
To Humanize The Securities Markets, I was recently approached to give a media statement on this and noted how many people made the same mistakes before the 2020 US Election as they did in 2016. It's a Mistake to Be Rational.