Securities Act of 1933

The Securities Act of 1933 was passed in the USA to protect investors from fraud when working with stocks, bonds and other securities. US congress wanted to regain investor trust on the securities market and so the law prohibits fraudulent activities on the stock market and also serves to inform investors about all of the stocks that are for sale: the law dictates the obligatory registration of all securities for sale in the USA.

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