Welcome to the final post in our Investor Knowledge Quiz series.
NSSC Blog: Before You Invest
We’re back with Part two of the Investor Knowledge Quiz. Last week we started out with the first two questions in the quiz. If you missed them, you can catch up by using this link. Today we continue the quiz with the next two questions.
The beginning of October is the beginning of Investor Education Month and World Investor Week. Throughout October the Nova Scotia Securities Commission will be sharing investor education content on our website and social channels.
After a quiet July there were several notices and release issued by the CSA and NSCC over the last two 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. This review covers all notices and releases issued in August and September.
School’s back in session, and if you’re a parent of a child who just starting school or heading into their last year of high school you may be wondering how you’re going to pay for their post-secondary education. Even if your child was just born yesterday, you may have university tuition on your mind because 18 years can go by pretty fast.
Another school year has just begun which means the Nova Scotia Securities Commission is relaunching the Student Connections Program.
When you look at your daily investment gains or losses it is often reported in percentages. Maybe the markets had a good day, and your holdings are up 5 percent on the day.