1. By far one of the best videos for entering the stock market for beginners. You simplified it in such a way that anyone could understand. Thanks for sharing the information that you've learned.

  2. 20:30 just for showing the intelligent investor, I can say that you know what you are talking about. About the intelligent investor, Well, The information of the book is from about 40 to 50 years old, the revised version with the comment talk about the 2000s, So, It's a good learning experience, but you have to make your own research in the matter, some things might changes since Graham last publication. But, as Ryan said, It's one of the best.

  3. You mentioned compound interest in this video, but stocks can’t be compounded. It is the dividend that they pay is what gets compounded, correct? However, I have heard that for general investing, there are different tax forms such as 1099*B (capital gain/loss) 1099Div (dividend gained) and 1099Int (interest gained). So if I am correct and there is no interest gained from stocks, then what is the 1099int? Am I mixing up regular interest gained from banks saving account with investing? Or are savings accounts considered as investments as well? Any clarification would be very helpful!

  4. يكولون العراق وسوريا اهل الفزعات صح ؟

    محتاج 5 سورين 5 عراقين فدوة فزعتكم 🇮🇶🇸🇾

  5. I have a question.
    Your anacdote for Lesson 10 is a direct violation of Lesson 8. While I realize it is a good story to illustrate a point, it literaly flies in the face of Lesson 8 you talked about.

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