Tim Pagliara

Founder, Chairman, and Chief Investment Officer of CapWealth

Tim Pagliara is the founder, Chairman, and Chief Investment Officer of CapWealth, an independent, SEC-registered investment advisory firm based near Nashville, Tennessee. Named by Forbes Magazine as the #1 Financial Advisor in Tennessee in 2020, he’s previously earned the top spot on the publication’s list of Best-In-State Wealth Advisors in two of the last three years. In 2018, he was named #1 in Tennessee by both Forbes and Barron’s Magazines. He’s appeared on top in Tennessee on Barron’s Top 1,200 FinancialAdvisors six times over the last seven years. Throughout his 30-plus years in the financial industry, Tim has developed a standard of business rooted in transparency and integrity–executed through his trademarked principles of Sophisticated Simplicity®and ProvableIntegrity®. For more than a decade now, Tim has been fighting for the rights of FannieMae and Freddie Mac shareholders after the U.S. Treasury Department placed the government-sponsored entities into conservatorship, sweeping their profits right out of investor’s hands and into the pockets of the government. In 2014, Tim founded InvestorsUnite, the organization representing investors and seeking full restitution of the dividends seized. In his book, Another Big Lie, Tim exposes the story the government doesn’t want told … a story of crimes and coverups in what has been called the biggest financial heist in U.S. history. This is the story of how the government stole billions of dollars from the American dream of homeownership–and got caught.

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Another Big Lie: How the Government and Business Stole Billions from the American Dream of Home Ownership

Publication Date: March 2021

Most Americans experienced the tragic fallout of the 2008 financial crisis. But few know the depths of the scandal, and how investors were duped by the government and bad faith businesses once the market rebounded.

In his new book, Tim Pagliara shares his personal experience of being an activist investor in Washington, shining a light into the dark places of the financial crisis. Tim’s work gives readers a deeper understanding of this cataclysmic event, and serves as a call to action for investors to demand accountability from the powers that shape our nation and portfolios.

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