Introducing a Simple Way to Get Started with Investing
It’s Investor Education Month, and this year we’re unveiling our “Get Started with Investing” resource!
The free, online resource consists of 11 short videos, along with additional learning materials and tools to take you through the investing basics. Watch the introductory video below to learn more.
An Investing Resource for Beginners
Get Started with Investing is a great way to begin your investor journey.
If you’re interested in learning more about investing but don’t know where to turn, then this resource is for you. For those who may have already started investing, Get Started with Investing can help you become a more engaged and better-informed investor.
Here’s another bonus – you can work through all 11 videos in less than 15 minutes!
Learn to make Informed Investing Decisions
It’s important to take some time to get to know your financial self. This will help you better understand your risk tolerance, and provide insight into how much you actually know about investing.
As you work through the Get Started with Investing resource, you’ll be encouraged to first consider whether investing is a good path for you to reach your financial goals.
You’ll also learn about the differences between saving and investing your money, and what it means to be an active versus passive investor. Additionally, we highlight key questions you should ask yourself when deciding on what investment products are right for you.
Start Your Investing Journey Today
Get Started with Investing is designed to help British Columbians access independent and unbiased investing information. The BC Securities Commission wants to help you feel more confident, engaged, and empowered when it comes to investing. Why not get started right now!
Report a Concern
If you have any concerns about a person or company offering an investment opportunity, please contact BCSC Inquiries at 604-899-6854 or 1-800-373-6393, or through e-mail at [email protected]. You can also file a complaint or submit a tip anonymously using BCSC’s online complaint form.