Southridge Capital Got Big Because It Rocks

Southridge Capital is an investment, advisory, and general financial services firm that does business only with businesses and corporations. Created without a lick of help from anyone else by Mr. Stephen M. Hicks in 1996, Southridge Capital quickly grew into being one of the go-to investment firms, consultancies, and advisory outlets for companies, businesses, organizations, and corporations that needed help with major business moves.


Over the years, Southridge has done business with three hundred – actually, more than three hundred – large companies with stock trading to the public on the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, and other places to buy stock; in other words, Southridge Capital’s many corporate clients are about as big as they can possibly be. You can visit



Southridge Capital has also put forth about $1.7 billion of its clients’ investment funds in various financial instruments, real estate investment opportunities, various kinds of derivatives, and plenty of off-the-wall forms of investment that helps its clients seek out unusually high returns in the interim, a moderate return in a reasonable amount of time, or even low yields for holding onto funds for a long time.


The company’s statistics truly speak for themselves. Further, Southridge Capital has consistently had enough profits to regularly give all kinds of money and other goods to charities, nonprofit organizations, and individuals completely outside of any programs by none other than the founder of Southridge Capital – Stephen M. Hicks – and his wife Mary Hicks.


According to PR Newswire, Mary and Stephen Hicks give resources to people who need them more than they do through The Daystar Foundation, a company celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. The Daystar Foundation was created by Southridge Capital so that its founders wouldn’t feel forced to take care of all their personal business with Southridge Capital’s bank accounts.


As such, the turned to The Daystar Foundation and never turned back. They have also created a firm called the Murray and Lois Hicks Charitable Foundation, which is a nonprofit organization with no employees other than its founders – Stephen and Mary Hicks – that is named after two of Stephen M. Hicks’ closest family members.


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