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.
Both source of information are the best ones actually. You have to read books in case you want to know some theory about trading activity and understand how does the market form the price on particular asset. If you are bored of reading books you can also watch some videos in the internet from professional traders. Moreover, if you will dedicate lots of time to the process of searching for a broker, you can find a broker which will provide you with educational content which is created specially for new traders.
You should take a hybrid approach. Initially, you can use books and courses to clear the fundamentals and concepts. Then, move on the video lectures on technical analysis, how to create strategies, and other practical lessons. Implementing is more important. Whatever you choose, make sure you make the best out of it.
I prefer reading books over watching videos. My concentration usually dwindles when someone else is speaking continuously and I’ve to listen. I can focus more while reading but I know the majority of people retain information better through videos.
Of course, videos are far more effective than books. However, I think that nothing can beat demo trading in terms of effectiveness. It teaches much better because it teaches through practice. I think that trading on a real account is even more effective. I realize that it’s an enormous challenge but sooner or later I will have to try it.
Book reading is one of the most inexpensive ways of learning about stock market trading. You can grab any of the top sellers and read it to get a deep insight into how the stock market works. By reading books you can understand the things that you must do and avoid as a beginner. The best part about reading books is that they are cheap and you can learn a lot of things about the stock market at a minimal cost. Articles in business journals, business websites, etc. are an excellent way of gaining stock market knowledge and information. There are many popular websites and blog pages where you can regularly visit and read the articles. This is a terrific way of learning about the stock market at no extra cost.
I believe videos are the better way of learning things as most of the senses are active while listening and seeing which results in more probability of learning things. But there are many people who prefer reading books and find them comfortable.
synaphea posted: Why would anyone have to choose one out of these? Both of these are good sources of knowledge and when you combine both of these, you will be able to learn and revise at the same time.
Yes! Combining both visuals and textual information enhances the quality of retention of the information.
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레버리지는 추가적인 위험 및 손실 노출을 만듭니다. 외환 거래를 결정하기 전에 투자 목표, 경험 수준 및 위험 허용 오차를 신중하게 고려하십시오.
초기 투자의 일부 또는 전부를 잃을 수 있습니다. 잃을 여유가 없는 돈을 투자하지 마십시오. 외환 거래와 관련된 위험에 대해 스스로 교육하고 궁금한 점이 있으면 독립 금융 또는 세무사에게 조언을 구하십시오.
모든 데이터 및 정보는 정보 제공 목적으로만 있는 그대로 제공되며 거래 목적이나 조언을 위한 것이 아닙니다.
과거의 성과는 미래의 결과를 나타내는 것이 아닙니다.