Quantitative Tightening was the Federal Reserve’s short-lived and unsuccessful plan to try and reduce its balance sheet.Read More
Financial Advisor Tim Hayes AIF®, CRPS®, AWMA®, CFS®, APMA®
Bonds are an essential component of a diversified portfolio, whether it is done through owning individual bonds, bond mutual funds, or ETFs.
IRA beneficiary both spouses and non-spouses must wade through a maze of withdrawal options to determine which makes the most sense for them.Read More
Federal Funds Rate the rate the Federal Reserve uses to try an influence the cost of short-term borrowing in the United States.Read More
The stock market, according to the CAPE, QRatio, and Marketcap to GDP is very expensive today; making retirement planning difficult.Read More
Financial bubbles, are we in another one? How can the stock market almost triple in value during a period of mediocre growth (2008 – 2017)Read More
Negative interest rates started with central banks charging commercial banks for keeping excess reserves at the central bank.Read More