I'm an 18 year old in my first year of college as a Finance major. I've always been incredibly interested in stocks and want to know how to learn more. What books/documentaries/programs do you guys recommend to help me learn the ropes of trading? Vocabulary and just the way of things. Thanks guys.
its not actually a Voltaire quote.
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You're coming out of high school where you have had a mom and dad telling you about what to study in school. Or a guidance consular that had it all figured out.
I started off as comp sci hated programing and within a year was studying IT which is more the managing of the it people.
well no actually my parents had no interest in telling me what to do. Once again, I'm not asking about making money, I'm asking for some things to read and simulations and such so I can get the upper hand when I have a steady income and such. I want to learn shout derivatives and nearly all parts of the stock market. Even good textbook recommendations would be accepted