Below is a list of suggested websites where you can obtain objective and non-sales oriented information about investing and fraud prevention. NOTE: This list was compiled for your convenience
only and is not an endorsement of any site, link, or organization.
With at least a third of its members’ enforcement actions involving senior investors, NASAA developed this website to provide resources for senior investors, family caregivers, the securities industry, and policymakers. Senior financial
exploitation causes the loss of millions of dollars each year.
North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA)
The oldest international organization devoted to investor protection and the voice of the U.S. state securities agencies, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Canada, and Mexico.
Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)
FINRA is self-regulatory association that regulates its member brokerage firms and exchange markets.
Financial Literacy and Education Commission
A comprehensive resource that offers financial education information from various state and local government agencies.
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
A federal agency that oversees the U.S. stock exchanges, FINRA, and the nation's securities markets.
Investing Online (IORC)
Online Resource Center (IORC) is the only independent, non-commercial organization dedicated solely to seving the individual consumer who invests online or is considering doing so.
Municipal Securities Rulmaking Board (MSRB)
A centralized online source for free access to municipal disclosures, market transparency data and educational materials about the municipal securities market.
A federal government site that provides practical tips from the and the technology industry to help you be on guard against Internet fraud, secure your computer, and protect your personal information.