For decades Texas SBA® has distributed resources to the small business community during times of emergency, financial need, and economic prosperity. Decreed as a clearinghouse for small business, Texas SBA® provides business certifications, resources, and information from government agencies and commercial partners to small business owners throughout the state.
Diversity programs and procurement contracting opportunities are abundant throughout Texas with many agencies, corporations, and financial institutions seeking business partners who are women, minorities, veterans, and other small business owners. Obtain your Texas SBA® Business Certification today.
Texas SBA® Wealth Group forecasts a stock market crash within the next 15 months! COVID-19 lockdowns turned off the economy; U.S. Federal government spending broke the bank; and excessive Federal Reserve currency printing has created bubbles in real estate, student loans, auto loans, and the stock market. All Bubbles Burst!
Pension Plans and Retirement Accounts such as IRAs and 401(k)s are exposed to a potential stock market crash if their portfolios are not diversified among different asset classes. Owning stocks in different sectors is not asset class diversification. Futures & Options, stocks, bonds, real estate, and business ownership are all different asset classes that produce different rates of return. A well-balanced portfolio should include various asset classes based upon correlation.
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Corporate treasury departments are exposed to US Dollar inflation, higher rates of interest, and non-existent credit markets. This increases their costs of doing business and can even force the company into bankruptcy. Prudent money management encourages C-Suite executives to diversify currencies, hedge interest rate exposure, and speculate a portion of their treasury in managed futures.
Learn More About Corporate Treasury Risk Management Techniques.
Married couples, individuals, and partnerships can speculate in the forecasted Stock Market Crash of 2022-23 with managed futures. Learn More.