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The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) oversees America's financial system. Their website offers investors information and education regarding public corporations and regulatory oversight.
Investopedia is a trustworthy web resource, in the wiki format, for definitions of financial terms, concepts, and history.
The SEC 's website for investors offers education and information on the fundamentals of investing. Investor.gov also offers SEC research reports and investor bulletins.
Securities and Exchange Commission
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission is an independent federal agency responsible for regulating the securities industry. Use their website to research any filings for public securities from 1996 to present, through EDGAR (Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval), as well as all SEC rules and useful educational videos and reports.
The SEC's YouTUbe page offers videos on investor education and regulatory news and information.