SEC introduces investor.gov

October 23rd, 2009

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has introduced a website packed with practical tools and advice for investors. The site tends to focus most heavily on the various types of investments available today and the types of investment professionals who provide related services. The content is quite comprehensive and convenient. Among other things, investor.gov provides:

A list of questions to ask before investing: http://investor.gov/ask-questions/

Links to timely investor alerts: http://investor.gov/investor-alerts/

Links to practical online tools and calculators including:

Links to investor education resources: http://investor.gov/investor-education-resources/     

A series of “Top Tips” including:

Sections on how to contact the SEC, with questions https://tts.sec.gov/acts-ics/do/question or complaints http://www.sec.gov/complaint/selectconduct.shtml.

 

 

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