New Deal Programs: The SEC

New Deal Programs: The SEC

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  • The Stock Market Crash of 1929 started the Great Depression. To insure this doesn't happen again, in 1934 the government established the SEC or the Securities and Exchanges Commission. To review any flaws or problems that may occur through the stocks, bonds, etc.
  • The economy has gone down hill. We will lose ours jobs
  • Stock Market Crash 1929
  • To review any possible frauds, insufficient funds, and any other insecurities the SEC was authorized to established the supervision of the Stock Market and its securities. It was also allowed to establish stock brokers to look over anything that may benefit or destroy someone/something based off of unknown pubilic knowledge information.
  • Stocks 17.36 +6.95% 105 200 19.57 -10.9% 300 8000
  • When the movement established the SEC certain restrictions had to be set up and it was done through the Securities Act of 1933, and The Securities Exchange Act of 1934. The Securities Act of 1933 forced companies to disclose their financial reports and their stock sales. While the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 regulate the public financial records and stocks of the Stock Market thorough the stock brokers and over the counter exchanges.
  • Stocks 9.05 +1.06% 12.7 -3.42%
  • That looks suspicious
  • After the Stock Market Crash of 1929 the government made changes to stop the crisis (relief), changes to the economy through temporary solutions (recovery), and then there were the permanent programs (reform). The SEC was a reform it was established as a permanent program to monitor the Stock Market Exchange to help prevent the next Stock Market crash.
  • The SEC: Reform
  • After the Stock Market Crash of 1929 a lot of people lost their jobs and their money but as SEC was established the Stock Market and economy was able to slowly stabilize.
  • Stock Market Crash 1929
  • There goes my life savings
  • Stock Market after the SEC established
  • I'm not completely broke
  • To this day the SEC still exists with couple of changes. The SEC is no longer controller by one person it is instead controlled by four appointed officials by the President himself. The SEC was also divided into divisions. One for regulating the Stock Market, another for regulating investments, another for looking through company files for anomalies, and the last one for prosecuting companies for violating the SEC regulations.
  • Present Day 2016
  • Stocks 10.5 +5.06% 29.7 +12.87&
  • Stocks 5.5 +0.89% 6.7 -0.87&
  • Stocks 15.5 +7.89% 16.7 -9.87&
  • Stocks 52.6 +9.89% 36.7 -5.87&
  • Stocks 19.5 +0.09% 12.4 -6.07&
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