cashonmymind posted: Everybody here has suggested me to start with learning. So I just want to clarify if watching videos is enough or should I go for some finance books?
Well, you yourself have its answer mate. Nobody can tell you if you've learnt enough or not. If you think watching videos has given you sufficient knowledge, that you're now ready to trade and give a shot in this market, the go ahead. If not, you can go for reading and other learning ways. You got to decide that.
Actually, it depends on you. If you have enough time to read, you must choose books first. Books are well structured and can provide you a solid understanding . If you don’t have enough time, you may choose to watch the video , try to watch successful traders.
I personally believe that the more diverse the training, the faster we can understand the essence of trading and start with the process itself, I also do not miss the opportunity: you get education from your broker Amartets, where everything is capacious and understandable.
I think videos are more good, because listening to something makes more impact than reading. Although it depends person to person also some can prefer watching videos and others can like reading books.
I really love the story of Fahrenheit 451, it shaped me as a person. I know this and I understand it, so I can say that everyone should read it and also better read the reviews and reviews on it. You can easily do that if https://studydriver.com/fahrenheit-451/ look it up here. I think it will be useful. I recommend it!
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