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Can millennials, crowdfunding, and impact investing change the world?

Published on March 10th, 2017 by AHP Blogger

The economy has recovered from the worst of the Great Recession, a new president has been inaugurated, and equity crowdfunding is growing, all of which are reshaping the investment landscape. Another factor is brewing that will drastically change the world of capital over the upcoming decades: the ascendance of the millennials. As the CEO of […]

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33 RegA+ listed companies are currently open for investments

Published on March 10th, 2017 by AHP Blogger

(Photo: M.Cruz 773 Digital) The RegA+ rules, enacted in 2015, offer small and medium-sized businesses a powerful tool to raise capital: up to $50 million can be raised from both accredited and non-accredited investors, and companies can market their offerings through general solicitation. The Act’s intent was to make raising capital easier for small- and […]

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Christmas Disaster Yields More Than Suffering

Published on December 21st, 2016 by AHP Blogger

Photo: Randy Risling (Getty Images) What could be worse than a natural disaster on Christmas? A powerful snowstorm on Christmas 2012 swept across the southern United States, killing three and spawning nearly 50 tornadoes. In 2001, the city of Buffalo, NY was hit with an incredible 80 inches of snow in under a week, including […]

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If American Homeowner Preservation Bought the Dakota Access Pipeline Debt

Published on December 5th, 2016 by AHP Blogger

The 99% vs. Big Money. The standoff at Standing Rock in North Dakota is evolving much like many foreclosures across America. With the massive $3.78 billion pipeline barreling down upon them, the Native American people and their allies are fighting a battle as old as America itself: the trampled-upon 99% against the wealthy and powerful 1%. It’s […]

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“Unfinished Foreclosures” Hinder Housing Recovery

Published on November 28th, 2016 by AHP Blogger

“When I got the offer, I actually cried. When my lender called and said they were willing to work with me, I made up my mind that whatever I needed to do, I was gonna do it.” Two years ago, Laesther Jones, a single mother of five from Buffalo, New York was diagnosed with breast […]

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