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Books or Videos - Which one is better for learning?

GraceGilm
Dec 08 2021 at 15:57
154 ieraksti
Did you know that both options can be combined and make your learning even better?)
Grimatio
Feb 05 at 12:33
11 ieraksti
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.
Grimatio
Mar 05 at 19:40
11 ieraksti
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.
billysnyder
Mar 09 at 07:23
111 ieraksti
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.
croisssan
Mar 09 at 11:32
939 ieraksti
The best option is practice. I think that this will allow the trader to gain experience as quickly as possible and, as a result, profit.
shortant
Mar 23 at 08:11
73 ieraksti
Personally, being an avid reader, I prefer books more than videos as they help in giving an in-depth knowledge about all concepts. Some books that helped me during my forex journey are:

Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques, by Steve Nison

How to Make a Living Trading Foreign Exchange, by Courtney D. Smith

Forex Trading: The Basics Explained in Simple Terms, by Jim Brown
jambeau
Mar 25 at 05:42
23 ieraksti
I don't think there is any purpose of distinguishing between different types of learning resources. Learn from wherever you can. Personally, I prefer a mix of all.
synaphea
Mar 31 at 05:46
38 ieraksti
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.
Salsitude
Apr 04 at 07:56
22 ieraksti
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.
Jiffyy
Apr 08 at 08:18
26 ieraksti
Every individual has a different approach to learning and grasping new information. Choose what works effectively for you, and you’ll learn faster. It could be either. It is your personal choice.
saluteband
Apr 27 at 04:08
31 ieraksti
Both are excellent learning resources in their own way. However, videos are always favored because they provide a visual impression, which helps to clarify your wish to understand trading concepts and make learning much more enjoyable.

fxashely89
Apr 29 at 11:25
26 ieraksti
Actually, it varies from person to person. Some are good listeners, while others learn quickly by reading books. I personally prefer watching videos and practising on demo account.
BrienBooker
Apr 30 at 10:13
32 ieraksti
Both are good sources to learn about forex. I mostly refer to “The Little Book of Common Sense Investing” by Jack Bogle and “A Random Walk Down Wall Street'' by Burton G. Apart from this I follow the school of pipsology on babypips.
HeavenLeighGill (HeavLeighGill26)
May 04 at 14:45
328 ieraksti
Depends on the quality of the books and videos. I think some are more helpful than others, which is why it's important to seek out information from different sources so you don't miss anything.
Bigmouth
May 09 at 03:57
25 ieraksti
I don’t see them as two options. Both are good learning resources and you must not restrict yourself from taking advantage of the information they share.
carolynallan53ov
May 19 at 14:15
1 ieraksti
I would say that videos are better, because its faster, it contains only the most important things. https://freebooksummary.com/category/the-ones-who-walk-away-from-omelas-symbols
Afterpiece
May 23 at 09:49
29 ieraksti
Both are good sources of learning. Books are the best source to learn the basics of the market and videos give detailed explanations, which helps to understand the analysis part and approach the market better. It’s completely your choice to learn either from books or videos
Bransle
May 26 at 07:11
22 ieraksti
I’d say that it depends. Some people enjoy books, while some people enjoy videos. It is really very subjective. A good mixture of both works wonders though.
lauraJohnson
Jun 14 at 11:28
34 ieraksti
Different people have different grasping abilities. Some might understand well with the help of some good trading books and some might go with the videos. I personally like to go with youtube videos to learn more about trading.
Pietro_Seitz
Aug 27 at 18:29
11 ieraksti
I think you have to use the most effective sources of learning.
As for books or videos, I think videos are better.
But you can also read books. Why not?
Maybe some successful trader wrote a useful book with different insights and answers.
Every trader has his own way. On this way some problems may occur. As a rule, almost 70% of problems are similar.
That's why in some book there can be a description of how to solve problems and what this trader did.
It is like a supplement.
The main training is video tutorials from professionals and a demo account.
I have watched it and then tried it on the demo account.
I think that's how a lot of traders learn.
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