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HomeResources for AVOIDING Investment Fraud

The Securities and Exchange Commission of Investor Education and Advocacy provided many handouts at our Avoid Investment Fraud program on April 26, 2017. We recommend you check out investor.gov for information about: checking the background of your Investment professional; educating yourself about investment products; learning how to use online tools to make investing simpler; avoiding fraud, staying current with SEC resources, understanding fees associated with investments, understanding how markets work, planning for retirement, and getting contact info for the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission).