JD Power Award#1 in Investor Satisfaction with Full-Service Brokerage Firms by J.D. Power

RBC Wealth Management is proud to receive the J.D. Power Award for ranking highest in the 2020 U.S. Full-Service Investor Satisfaction Study.

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Remember, buy low & sell high

I provide financial solutions to clients using a comprehensive approach to wealth management strategies. I treat each client as an individual, paying particular attention to their needs and not the standard "cookie cutter" approach to wealth management. I have a long history in both fundamental and technical analysis to help guide you through the volatility of the markets. I also assist with establishing retirement plans and business succession planning to small and medium sized businesses.

I provide help with income distribution planning and strategy to those who are retired or just retiring. We can set up monthly income via dividends of high quality stocks as well as fixed income opportunities. If you need assistance in this area please let me know.

 Contact me today to discuss how I can help you reach your retirement goals or tune in to the Smart Investor Show to learn about a variety of financial topics that may be of interest to you. The Smart Investor Show is on Saturday afternoon between 1:00 and 2:00 p.m.. on WHK 1420 A.M..  (You can listen through the iHeart radio app, too! It's a free download.)

Please call me if you have any questions - 216-774-8906. (Direct)

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Contact me today at 888-223-7742 or email at timothy.hayes@rbc.com to discuss your present retirement capabilities or financial goals.

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