State and provincial securities regulators have a long tradition of protecting investors through financial education. Investing means putting your money to work so it can make more money. It is not a get-rich-quick scheme and it’s not gambling. Being an informed investor means having a plan and understanding each of your investments. Whether you’re new to investing or already investing, NASAA and its members provide a variety of online investor education resources for investors of all ages.
GET IN THE KNOW
Be an informed investor by reading NASAA’s Informed Investor Advisories and Alerts, all in an index shareable by topic and year.
NASAA FRAUD CENTER
Do you know the red flags of investment fraud? Find out more in the Fraud Center, which also includes an investor quiz and resources to help you detect and avoid investment fraud.
NASAA produces series of educational, informative and fun videos and podcasts for a variety of audiences.
NASAA members provide a variety of materials in multiple languages, including Spanish, French, Chinese, Arabic and many more.
HOW TO CHECK YOUR
While most investment professionals are reputable, it pays to remember that as in any industry there are those individuals and firms who are not. Investigate before you invest.
WHAT TYPE OF
INVESTOR ARE YOU?
We have information for all types of investors, whether you are just starting out, in mid-career, nearing retirement or retired.
Education and awareness are powerful tools in the fight against investment fraud. Visit our Investor Library for a wealth of educational material, including multimedia resources.
NASAA members have developed a wide array of specialized outreach programs to educate investors.
Talking about money is never easy. NASAA’s Conversation Starters cover a variety of situations to get the “money talk” started.
HOW TO FILE A COMPLAINT
& REPORT A SCAM
Learn the steps you should take when you have a concern or complaint about an investment professional, or if you suspect an investment opportunity is suspicious.