A GUIDE FOR TEACHERS is a brochure that discusses the basics of saving, investing, and managing debt, and also covers teachers' unique retirement planning considerations.
ASK QUESTIONS is a booklet where you’ll find guidance on questions you should ask about investment products, the people who sell those products, and the people who provide investment advice to you.
BEFORE YOU INVEST: PUBLIC SERVICE CAMPAIGN is a collection of videos that answer common investing questions and promote checking the background of investment professionals.
INVESTOR.GOV is designed to help students learn how to invest wisely and avoid fraud. Topics include Introduction to Investing, Financial Tools and Calculators, and Protect Your Investments. The SEC warns investors to be on high alert in order to protect themselves and others from becoming victims of investment fraud.
MUTUAL FUNDS AND ETFs: A GUIDE FOR INVESTORS is a brochure that describes how mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) can offer diversification and professional management, but also involve risk, and fees and taxes can diminish a fund’s returns.
SAVING AND INVESTING: A ROADMAP TO YOUR FINANCIAL SECURITY is a booklet designed to help students make a financial plan and learn about stocks, bonds, investment risk and diversification. It explains important steps to help students define and meet their financial goals.
SAVING AND INVESTING FOR STUDENTS is a booklet that helps students get started on a long-term financial plan. It covers the basics of setting goals and managing credit, and explains common investment types. It also includes a glossary of investment terms.
STOPPING AFFINITY FRAUD IN YOUR COMMUNITY is a booklet designed to raise awareness about investment scams that target groups. This guide describes key strategies for protecting yourself and your community from the potentially devastating impact of crooks who infiltrate ethnic, religious, and other groups to work investment scams from within.
STUDY REGARDING FINANCIAL LITERACY AMONG INVESTORS was required by the Dodd-Frank Wall-Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, Section 917, to identify the existing level of financial literacy among retail investors as well as methods and efforts to increase financial literacy.