August 3, 2015
The SEC should protect my rights as an individual investor by ensuring that financial information from investment firms actually gets delivered to me. The best way to do that is for this information to be delivered through the mail.
I depend on printed performance reports of my investments so that I can analyze them carefully, and am able to make management decisions at a time and place of my choosing. I get email offers and notifications every day, and the sheer volume of these communications, plus the fact that many notices get caught in my spam filter, raises the risk that my investment information wont get to me. I am very concerned that I might miss this critical information and oppose the change in disclosure proposed by the SEC.