Consumer Resource Guide - For more information on addressing common issues and topics, please review the Colorado Attorney General’s Consumer Resource Guide. Please be advised the information contained within the Resource Guide should not be taken as legal advice. Consumers seeking a legal opinion should consult with a licensed attorney.
Investing can be captivating, rewarding, and very risky at times. While traditional banking deposits may be federally guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), investments such as stocks, bonds, and mutual funds can regularly fluctuate and potentially lose value.
The best way for investors to protect their investment is to do research and ask questions. Here are some common resources to assist in determining if investing is right for you and to determine if your broker is licensed and in good standing.
If you have become a victim of investment fraud or if you wish to report suspicious activity, report it to the Colorado Attorney General.
If you desire a legal opinion or representation relating to your specific situation, we recommend contacting a private attorney or one of the services that provide legal assistance through the local bar association and/or other legal entities.