The one free lunch available to retirement savers is diversification and re-balancing their retirement planning portfolio.Read More
Financial Advisor Tim Hayes Boston and S Dartmouth, MA | An Independent Consultant
Your financial future is too important to rely on amateur hunches. And let’s face it, you don’t have the time or interest in becoming an investing expert. You shouldn’t have to. And the good news is…as one of my clients, you’ll never have to!
Over the past few years, some highly respected economists have been alarming investors with their predictions that the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing (QE) program fuels inflation. When inflation heats up, interest rates rise, and investors who own both stocks and bonds see the value of their bonds fall.Read More
With index investing, investors buy a basket of stocks or bonds. (Investors cannot directly invest in an index.) The most popular index is probably Standard & Poor’s 500 (S&P 500), which tracks the 500 largest companies on the NYSE or NASDAQRead More