Education and awareness are an investor’s first line of defense against investment fraud.
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State securities regulators should be the first call for an investor before you turn over any money to a broker or investment adviser.
Avoiding being hurt by a con artist is as easy as doing your homework — before you invest.
Investing in securities is risky enough without worrying about whether your salesperson is going to fleece you. To be an informed investor, you must know what danger signs to look for.
Tools to empower women investors to take control of their financial futures.
Members of the Sandwich Generation, their elderly family members and their children should watch for these red flags when considering an investment opportunity.
Members of the Sandwich Generation who are feeling the squeeze of their children’t educational expenses and their elderly parents’ needs may be vulnerable to shady tactics.
Learn how to recognize and avoid scams targeting unions or associations.
FSI: Fraud Scene Investigator is an online interactive investor education program that teaches students how to detect and stop a million-dollar investment fraud and put the mysterious con man behind bars.
NASAA members and other consumer education organizations offer excellent resources to help seniors better understand their investments.