Overview

Why do people spend more time buying a new car or planning a vacation than investing their life savings? If you're ready to take a more active role in your financial future, you're in the right place.
 
Have you ever considered how much of our lives are devoted to earning and saving money? That lifetime of savings needs to be protected from potential investment fraud and scams. Now's a great time to learn more about how investment frauds happen and how you can protect your investments. The CSA has resources to help you understand how to detect potential scams and report fraudulent activities. Explore this section to find resources on how to check registration, avoid fraud, and connect with your local securities regulator.
- Alison Trollope,
  Chair, CSA Investor Education Committee

 

 

Investing Basics

Working With Your Adviser

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Know where you're going with your investments


Set financial goals and understand your risk tolerance.

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Know who you're dealing with


Choose a financial adviser and make the most of the relationship.

Understanding Your Investments

Avoiding and Reporting Fraud

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Know what you're
investing in



Be an informed investor about different types of investments and the costs and risks involved.

AvoidingFraud 
Know the Red Flags
of Fraud



Protect your money - learn to recognize, avoid and report

Young Investors

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Investing 101



Become financially fit with these online, classroom and family finance resources.

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Free downloadable resources


Our guides can help you learn even more about investing.