In my opinion videos are quite good as the visual element may be more instructive to some people instead of simply reading. However it is important to find good quality videos that are well explained. I would supplement with reading articles and news regularly, as well as check forums as traders share a lot of personal experiences taht are very helpful.
I'm personally convinced that it really doesn't matter which way of learning you prefer. You know that every trader is individual and prefer various types of learning. One can claim that the best educational content are videos and podcasts, others state that there is nothing better than educational books. So, it's up to you which way you will choose. Moreover, you can combine these types. The matter is to create your first personal strategy how to master trading activity. You make a plan like how many time per day you will dedicate to learning and what themese you will learn. Everything is quite intuitive.
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