Investor Education

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Investor Education

At Bionic Capital, investor education is important. We believe investors should be as knowledgeable about their finances and the rewards and risks of investing as possible, in order to benefit themselves and their advisor relationship. Although we make investment decisions for you based on our understanding of your needs, it is always important and necessary for you to understand what your advisor is doing and why. And we are always willing and available to explain how we view the markets, investing and your specific situation.

Click on the links (in blue) below to view our free investor education resources on specific investment and retirement topics to help you better understand many aspects of investing and your money.

Part of the very important investor education process begins with a conversation, one-on-one, with CEO Dean Erickson, CFA, whenever you are ready. Call us at 310-601-8337 to discuss how we can help you understand your financial situation and investment portfolio better.

Links to other investor education resources

News Resources
Barron's Onlinewww.barrons.com
Bloombergwww.bloomberg.com
Business Weekwww.businessweek.com
Financial Timeswww.ft.com
LA Business Journalwww.labusinessjournal.com
Los Angeles Timeswww.latimes.com
Reuterswww.reuters.com
New York Timeswww.nytimes.com
The Economistwww.economist.com
The Wall Street Journalwww.wsj.com
Yahoo! Financewww.finance.yahoo.com
Financial and Government Resources
Federal Reservefederalreserve.gov
U.S. Treasury (IRS Forms)www.treasury.gov
U.S. House of Representativeswww.house.gov
U.S. Senatewww.senate.gov
White Housewww.whitehouse.gov
Justice Departmentwww.justice.gov
Commerce Departmentwww.commerce.gov
Federal Communications Commissionwww.fcc.gov
General Accounting Officewww.gao.gov
U.S. Patent and Trademark Officewww.uspto.gov
National Archives and Records Administrationwww.archives.gov
Library of Congresswww.loc.gov
Congressional Recordbeta.congress.gov
World Bankwww.worldbank.org
Asian Development Bankwww.adb.org

Learn more. Call 310-601-8337.

The information contained herein is from sources we deem reliable. Please use at your own risk and discuss with your advisor.