Introduction to Personal Investing

The Basics

How do I know if a potential investment is fraudulent?

If the marketed investment shows that it is too good to be true, it may be fraudulent. Generally, you should compare various attributes of the investment to some benchmark, such as the annual returns, expenses, earnings, or debt. If these comparisons are not in line with the normal returns for this type of investment, you should probably avoid it.


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