We consider a setting where in a known future time, a certain continuous random variable will be realized. There is a public prediction that gradually converges to its realized value, and an expert that has access to a more accurate prediction. Our goal is to study when should the expert reveal his information, assuming that his reward is based on a logarithmic market scoring rule (i.e., his reward is proportional to the gain in loglikelihood of the realized value). Our contributions are: (1) we characterize the expert's optimal policy and show that it is threshold based. (2) we analyze the expert's asymptotic expected optimal reward and show a tight connection to the Law of the Iterated Logarithm, and (3) we give an efficient dynamic programming algorithm to compute the optimal policy.