Category: Federal Reserve
The Resurgence of Inflation in 2022: Analyzing the Impact of Government Spending and Quantitative Easing on the Economy
Summary: Discover the biggest financial story of 2022: the resurgence of inflation. Dive into the factors behind it and explore whether it's a temporary issue or a more concerning trend with potential impacts.
Summary: This article provides an overview of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's plan to fight inflation, including bond purchases, raising rates, and reducing the Fed's balance sheet.
The Current Financial Situation in the United States: Exploding Debt and Deficits, Private Debt, and Federal Reserve’s Balance Sheet
Summary: Discover the current financial situation in the United States, including exploding public debt, near-record private debt, and an enormous Federal Reserve balance sheet. Learn more here. #USFinance #DebtCrisis
Summary: Are we in a financial bubble? This text explores how the stock market has tripled in value despite mediocre growth, thanks to factors like quantitative easing and stock buybacks.
Summary: Contact Tim to learn about the inspiration behind his white paper, "Are We in Another Financial Bubble?" Explore Tim's research on the Federal Reserve's Quantitative Easing and the potential risks it poses to the economy. Discover Tim's insights on paying executives in ...
Financial Advisor Tim Hayes
I’ve held an industry securities registration for 30+ years and am subject to SEC and FINRA oversight.
Most clients pay fee-only or an hourly rate. The size and complexity of the client’s wealth management and financial and retirement planning determine that fee.
Some clients pay a commission, mainly those with smaller accounts, i.e., Roth IRAs, some public-school teachers with 403b retirement accounts, or parents or grandparents who set up a 529 college savings plan.
The first introductory and fact-finding appointment can be in-person or by phone. The next meeting where I provide my recommendations should be in-person. (For the time being, telephone, Zoom, and email are replacing some in-person meetings.)
Subsequent meetings during which we monitor your progress and investments can be done in-person or by phone, email, Zoom, or Skype – or, more likely, a combination of these meeting types.
Tim has offices in Boston and South Dartmouth, Massachusetts. He’s licensed to handle securities in 8 states: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Maine, and Florida.