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What sites are good to learn stocks #stocks

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Stephen’s Answer

Happy to hear you are thinking about learning about stocks. There is so much information out there on stock market investing you want to make sure you are listening to the right experts. I personally listen to CNBC every day and I trust and respect what they have to say. So I did a quick search and found an article that CNBC publish on 5 free investing courses available online. I have not personally checked out any of these sites, but here is the link that you can checkout. A word of advice, don't invest what you cant lose or what you might need time to make your money back. Long term investing in the stock market will produce nice returns, but if you are looking to make short term investments there is significant risk that you must be aware of. Best of luck.

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/04/29/5-free-investing-courses-available-online.html
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Gustavo’s Answer

Hi Gerthranique, it is great that you are showing interest in the stock market! Currently there are many tools to learn more about it, but I believe that the first step needs to be the basics, therefore, I have some online courses that I would recommend you looking at.

The first one is a free online course from Udemy, which is a beginners guide to the stock market https://www.udemy.com/course/the-beginners-guide-to-the-stock-market/. TD also have great online courses that are free for their clients https://www.tdameritrade.com/education/investment-classes.html.

Another recommendation is this paid course from Udemy that has a complete begginers guide to the stock market https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-stock-market-from-scratch-for-absolute-beginners/?ranMID=39197&ranEAID=Q*Sg3glZ%2Ffs&ranSiteID=Q.Sg3glZ_fs-jI7j9oxdDQopgXs6EXOsbw&LSNPUBID=Q*Sg3glZ%2Ffs&utm_source=aff-campaign&utm_medium=udemyads

Lastly, Udemy also have other free investing courses in case you are interested in https://www.udemy.com/topic/stock-trading/free/

hope this helps!
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Ryan’s Answer

Investopdia and Khan Academy are two of my favorites. I also think using a stock market simulator is a good way to learn how markets work without risking your own capital initally.
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Mark’s Answer

Investopedia is a great resource tool that can be used to gain an understanding of financial jargon.
https://www.investopedia.com/

I enjoy reading/ watching videos that are published on CNBC.
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