Economy, Markets, & Interest Rates

Financial Advisor Tim Hayes Boston and S Dartmouth, MA | An Independent Consultant

  • You should consider me as your retirement planning advisor when switching from growing your retirement accounts to distributing them.
  • This transition usually means moving some money from stocks to bonds, and I am well-schooled in the economy, inflation, interest rates, and bonds.
  • Before coming to Cambridge in 2010, I spent 20 years with MetLife, so I am also well versed in guaranteed retirement products such as variable and fixed annuities.
Tax Cuts, the U.S. Congress, and the New Tax Bill

Tax Cuts, the U.S. Congress, and the New Tax Bill

By: Financial Advisor Tim Hayes - posted in: Economy, Markets, and Interest Rates - Last updated Sep 11, 2019

Apparently, the Congress does not know who benefited from QE nor do they understand how the Federal Reserve reduces their balance sheet. Because if they did, there is no way they would support this tax bill.

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Why Tax Cuts, Combined With the Federal Reserve Reducing Its Balance Sheet, Is So Risky for Our Economy

Why Tax Cuts, Combined With the Federal Reserve Reducing Its Balance Sheet, Is So Risky for Our Economy

By: Financial Advisor Tim Hayes - posted in: Economy, Markets, and Interest Rates - Last updated Sep 12, 2019

The 1% got $4 trillion of help from the Federal Reserve during QE. The bill for that support, which comes due just as the Fed reduces its balance sheet, just got sent to the middle-class through this new tax bill.

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The Greek Clash: Should I Stay, or Should I Go?

The Greek Clash: Should I Stay, or Should I Go?

By: Financial Advisor Tim Hayes - posted in: Economy, Markets, and Interest Rates - Last updated Sep 11, 2019

Most days, the lead article on every financial news website is a six-year-old story about whether Greece is going to leave the Eurozone or require more loans from other European countries to stay there.

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The Year the Federal Reserve is Living Dangerously

The Year the Federal Reserve is Living Dangerously

By: Financial Advisor Tim Hayes - posted in: Economy, Markets, and Interest Rates - Last updated Sep 11, 2019

Starting in 2009, the Federal Reserve added a couple trillion dollars of new money to the economy through a quantitative easing program of buying bonds from banks and non-banks. Now the Feds reportedly want to reduce their balance sheet by selling those bonds.

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About Financial Advisor Tim Hayes

Tim Hayes AIF®, CRPS®, AWMA®, CFS®, APMA®

Registered with Cambridge Investment Research, Inc., a broker-dealer with over 3,000 Registered Representatives nationwide. Investment Adviser Representative at Cambridge Investment Research Advisors, Inc., a $94B RIA based in Fairfield, IA. I've held an industry securities registration for 26 years and am subject to SEC and FINRA oversight.

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