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Dude, I hate that you don't have more followers yet. Your videos are so well put together and the content is actually really worth watching. Keep up the good work and know that I really appreciate the work you put into YouTube. You are the man!
Man you totally forgot the greatest guys. I followed five guys on YouTube. Let me list it out
1. Traversy media, you know he is one of the most humble guy I discovered on YouTube.. You will find every and every single thing releated to web development.. May be not everything but he is soon gonna upload hell a lot of courses.
2. Net Ninja, my god he is great, I can't thank him enough.
4. Academind, a guy called Max, funny and great explainer, teaches everything about web dev.
You know when you are getting started in web development and you are totally new to coding stuff., these stuffs will feel hard even html and css.
This guy recommended Derek banas, yes he is good but when you are getting started you actually won't understand things quickly. It takes time. I watch Derek's vids like watching recaps of sports matches. You try to learn things, you get frustrated of trying.
If I was to give a advise I would say. Try, try to solve the problem or rather try to understand the problem first, because in coding you always gonna face problems, if you keep trying, again again and again you soon gonna be a great developer. These four people I have listed above are just amazing. I am a poor guy from India actually, I don't have enough money to buy courses from udemy, it costs around 10 bucks but 10 bucks means like 2 days of meal, I hardly get money to pay my Internet bills. These people helped me to learn a lot. I leaned from front end to back end and databases and what not. I learned react nodejs mongodb graphql and oh when you learn all these html and css are so simple. You just need to wait and keep trying. I'm soon gonna land a job though. Wish me luck. Thanks! I hope someone reads this and I wish you good luck for your journey as well.
Hey Sunil, thanks a lot. I was in the same position just like you. I quit my job 3 months ago and have no money. There's some suggestion to buy course at Udemy or subcsribe Lynda.com, however it's quite burden for me too since 11 bucks or 20 bucks change to the currency. It can be 3 days or a week meal for me (i have to cut off my expenses in anything). Since i have no money, i make search on google and youtube a lot. Jesse videos help me to find free sources and also thanks to your comment. btw, i wish best of luck to you and i hope to get a job pretty soon.
skinny slim atom is full of functionalities but in my opinion, if you're a beginner, better use sublime, much more light and very easy to use. I tried use atom 2 times but converted back to sublime hahah
I wish I would have found your channel when I started learning computer science and development. Well, it was 5 years ago. But anyway thanks I still learn something new from you. Love your energy and content. Thanks, man.
Trading stocks typically have the lowest fees on eToro, which is one reason why I recommend you stick to this market when starting out.
All trades charge both a spread and daily rollover fees.
It really comes down to individual trading strategies and preference. But to give you an idea, I tend to hold on to stocks for a minimum of 6 months and all other trades tend to have an average duration of about two-three weeks.
A final word on over-trading.
This is a point that I want to expand on a little more, specifically in relation to copying other traders. Below is a screenshot of my equity chart over six months. The red line shows the number of people copying me.
My equity vs copiers chart.
The same holds true for the stock market in general.
Long-term growth of UK stock market.
How to Start Trading Cryptocurrencies.
Cryptocurrency trading can be extremely profitable if you know what you are doing, but it can also lead to disaster. Even though most traders decide to either go with fiat or bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies can represent viable income sources, as long you as you tread carefully and understand what you are doing. This guide is for those who want to start getting involved in cryptocurrency trading.
Where to trade.