Colorado Division of Securities invites Coloradans to live stream the virtual event “Investing: What’s New & What’s Not” on April 23, 2021 at 11:00am

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Denver (CO) – April 19, 2021 —The Colorado Division of Securities (the “Division”) part of the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies is partnering with the Investor Protection Trust and PBS Books to produce “Investing: What’s New & What’s Not” virtual event to livestream on the Department’s Facebook page on Friday, April 23, 2021, at 11:00 a.m. MT. 

“Investing: What’s New & What’s Not” is the second of the 12 part virtual event series “When I’m 65 - Boomers to Zoomers: Building A Secure Path to Retirement” that is being brought to Coloradans each month via Facebook livestreaming. This month’s event will feature qualified experts who will discuss new investment options, the tried-and-true investment strategies, and how both can be part of a retirement savings plan. The event will be interactive, allowing participants to ask questions, submit comments and get answers in real time.

“As the economy restarts, it is important to turn our attention back to the investment goals of retirement. All the noise and hard sales tactics can make this confusing and hard,” said Colorado Securities Commissioner Tung Chan. “We hope this month’s episode can help make it easier to understand some of the new products and some of the old ones that can be part of a retirement strategy.”

The “Investing: What’s New & What’s Not” virtual event will livestream on the Department’s Facebook page on Friday, April 23, 2021, at 11:00 a.m. MT and will feature the following:

  • Host: Fred Nahhat, Detroit Public Television
  • Moderator: Donna Lowry, Georgia Public Broadcasting
  • Two Topic Segments:
    • Stripe—Smart New Investment Strategies to Try
    • Solid—Standard Steps Toward A Secure Retirement

“Like public television, libraries are an important and trusted community resource.  PBS Books has been partnering with libraries for over five years around important topics, and few topics are more important than investing for a secure retirement,” said Rich Homberg, President and CEO of Detroit Public Television. “Bridging this work with the states is an incredible partnership in creating an evergreen landscape of information and resources.”

Michelle Olympiadis, Acting Executive Director of the Investor Protection Trust, said: “Retirement is our single biggest saving goal. It is also one of our most important. The When I’m 65 Boomers to Zoomers program is designed to give every person the tools, resources and information they need to prepare for retirement. We want viewers of all ages to learn about the new investment options and remember the not new strategies so they can build a nest egg that will give them the retirement they want.”

The Boomers to Zoomers: Building a Secure Path to Retirement is a yearlong series of twelve 60-minute virtual events livestreaming via Facebook Live on partner Facebook pages on the fourth Friday of each month at 11:00 a.m. MST. The series provides the quality, objective investor and financial information needed by all Americans to make wise and safe investment decisions at every age and every stage of life. The Boomers to Zoomers virtual events are interactive and feature timely topics, financial experts, motivational stories and practical information viewers can use immediately to prepare for long-term financial security. Upcoming Boomers to Zoomers virtual event topics include: Military Finances; Harness Your Inner Hummingbird: How to Build Your Nest Egg; and Financial Freedom.

Boomers to Zoomers is part of When I’m 65, a program of the Investor Protection Trust in partnership with Detroit Public Television. When I’m 65 takes a generational look at retirement and focuses on the actions people should take at every age to prepare for a secure retirement. For more information visit, .


The Division of Securities exists to protect investors and maintain confidence in the securities market, while avoiding unreasonable burdens on the marketplace by licensing securities professionals, enforcing securities law violations, and helping Coloradans become more informed investors.

The Investor Protection Trust (IPT) is a nonprofit organization devoted to investor education. More than half of all Americans are now invested in the securities markets, making investor education and protection vitally important. Since 1993 the Investor Protection Trust has worked with the states and at the national level to provide the independent, objective investor education needed by all Americans to make wise and safe investment decisions. | |

 PBS Books is a multi-platform initiative celebrating PBS programming. Born out of the desire to develop original content that would appeal to vast audience of diverse readers, PBS Books hosts regular social and digital engagement events, as well as live coverage of important literary events across the country. In 2018, PBS Books launched a Library Engagement Program to build and enhance working relationships among libraries, local PBS stations, cultural institutions, and readers. Today, the Library Network has more than 1,800 partners. | |