Getting the Right Information

It's not hard to get information about genuine investments. In fact, the law gives you the right to this information. What's more, the most important information must be given to you in a simplified form that won't take long to read.

In the investment world, asking questions is not being dumb - it is the sign of an astute investor.

This document should provide a plain English description of the investment. It is the first place to go for information.

The prospectus and annual report can help you decide whether to invest or to stay invested.

Credit ratings are an indicator of the financial health of an entity.

Financial advisers, analysts, media and company websites are useful sources of information.

Articles and information for investors from FMA

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