The Securities Act of 1933 In 1929, the worst economic downturn in modern history, known as The Great Depression, began. Though there is not one, specific cause, overconfidence from the booming 1920s led everyone--from millionaires to janitors--to buy in on the market. Ordinary people bought stock on easily obtained credit they were unable to pay back.
Regulation A+ funding is perfect for urban real estate investing! What is Regulation A+? Regulation A+, or Title IV of the Jobs Act, makes it possible for everyday people, like you and me, to invest in a growing company X. More specifically, growing companies are able to raise up to $50 million from unaccredited investors, in a manner similar to an initial