Money doesn’t grow on trees, flowering plants, or anywhere else in nature. However, Southridge Capital LLC’s sole founder – Mr. Stephen M. Hicks – somehow finds a way to redirect profits from Southridge Capital and gives them to needy people at such a high volume that one would think Mr. Hicks found a money farm somewhere.
Southridge Capital operates out of southern Connecticut in a town called Ridgefield, a very wealthy town in one of Connecticut’s eight – yeah, Connecticut is a huge state – counties. Mr. Stephen M. Hicks came up with the idea for Southridge Capital after effectively being laid off from his previous-most employer before he created Southridge.
Fortunately for the young, budding financial services employee, Stephen “Steve” M. Hicks was told he’d be losing his job a full year before the owner of that New York City-based hedge fund actually moved out of the country and closed up shop there in crowded New York. Not sure of what he wanted to do next – Hicks had plans to work at that small hedge fund for the rest of his working life, if possible – he collaborated with the Australian hedge fund owner and the unofficial ambassador for the kangaroos suggested that he save up as much money as possible and create his own business.
They both knew that Hicks’ creation did not, in the slightest, have to exercise moves even one-quarter as risky as hedge funds. This was when Stephen M. Hicks knew that he wanted to divvy out various financial services to the largest clients possible; rather than trying to land the few rare whales of money around the world – individuals don’t have as much money as businesses do, at least not in most every case – soliciting the interest of corporations, organizations, businesses, and other entities turned out to be a highly successful move for Southridge Capital.
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