NSSC Blog: Before You Invest
Our final regulatory review of 2022 looks at all releases and notices issued by the Nova Scotia Securities Commission and the Canadian Securities Administrators over the last three months. In case you missed any of these releases or notices here’s a quick rundown on what they meant for issuers and investors and links to the documents, where you can find the full details.
With less then three weeks remaining in 2022 it will soon be time to flip the calendar over to 2023. At the end of the year, many people take the time to review their finances. This could be especially prudent and important after 2022 due to heightened inflation and financial turmoil.
The holiday season is upon us, and if you’re thinking of gifting an investment for Christmas or another December holiday you need to know that securities regulations may apply.
Part of the Nova Scotia Securities Commission’s mandate is to protect Nova Scotia investors. One of the ways we do that is by issuing investor alerts and cautions.
Special Guest Blog from Doug Harris, General Counsel, Director of Market Regulation and Policy, and Secretary to the Commission
Despite market volatility and downturn over the last few months, stock investing continues to be increasingly popular due to the ease of DIY investing through online platforms and mobile apps. This also means many novice investors are placing buy and sell orders for stocks. If you’re new to DIY stock investing make sure you know the difference between types of orders.