For Investors: Education Is Key to Protection

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Three Resources for Senior Investors ©iStockphoto.com/vitranc

Three Resources for Senior Investors

In case you missed it, Senior Citizen's Day was August 21. Designated by President Ronald Reagan in 1988, the day offers a time to pay tribute to the many contributions seniors make to their communities, and to bring awareness to issues of particular importance to America's older citizens. One of those issues is investor protection. FINRA offers three helpful resources for seniors that they can use year round.

A Millennials' Guide to Financial Capability ©iStockphoto.com/PBNJ Productions

A Millennials' Guide to Financial Capability

Millennials have their financial work cut out for them. Compared to older generations, America's younger adults (those aged 18 - 34) are more financially vulnerable and face greater financial challenges. That's the less-than-rosy picture painted by findings from the National Financial Capability Study (NFCS), released in July by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.

Prepare to Invest

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Set Your Financial Goals

Know what you want to accomplish with your investments before you invest.

Products and Professionals

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Key Investing Concepts

Learn about a range of investment products and the people who sell them.

Protect Your Money

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Avoid Fraud

Learn to spot and avoid investment fraud.

Resolve a Problem

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File a Complaint

Start here if you need help.