Under the Securities Act of 1933, which of the following statements most accurately reflects how securities registration affects an investor?
- The investor is provided with information on the stockholders of the offering corporation.
- The investor is provided with information on the principal purposes for which the offering’s proceeds will be used.
- The investor is guaranteed by the SEC that the facts contained in the registration statement are accurate.
- The investor is assured by the SEC against loss resulting from purchasing the security.