Stock Investing Youtubers you trust..

Hi folks!


We all can see that the internet is overcrowded by thousands of stock investment content creators but majority of them are just throwing buzz words with no analysis and research behind.


Which are your trusted youtubers you follow for updates/advises/news regarding stocks and crypto?


Thanks!

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braintank
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Is "no one" an acceptable answer?
swizard
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Well... whatever is your honest opinion. 
JamesJJ
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I can't think of a better answer... Or at least I've not come across one which has provided sufficient value.
Beans
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ETF's and mutual funds  over here so no one really.

However I would stay far, far away from crypto "influencers" - they're usually just passing the bag. 
BeyondtheMoney
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asking for stock advice is like asking for yesterday's lotto numbers. 
hellogrinch
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Try Ziptrader - they are quite interesting 
swizard
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Thanks sharkmeister! will check it out
fuzzy
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I got 12 lamborghinis in my lamborghini garage
rekled
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Checkout Awais and Eminiplayer. He teaches you how to read the market and his methodology also applies to stocks. 

http://www.eminiplayer.net/
1nbatopshotfan
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Read John Bogel, the little book of common sense investing. It’s all you need. 
Dontboreme
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Here are few steps for you:
1) Understand finance concept, what they mean and how they can be applied
2) Look at all the youtubers/whoevers to understand how different people think in terms of industry, stocks, companies and more
3) Learn to do it on your own and compare it to others, They may or may not be right just like you but see it trend is correct
4) Major part of it will be learnt when investing, with exp. you will slowly learn to put 2 and 2 together
5) Learn its ok to lose as you will never be 100% correct 
6) Win or Learn 
Blackwargreymon
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None - just invest in Vanguard Index Funds
Clashingsoulsspell
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None - just invest in Vanguard Index Funds
FarmingU
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Prefer books than Youtubers..
illexpenseit
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For reliable news? No one, everyone on Youtube is trying to do some shitty market manipulation. The only trader on YT I enjoy is Ricky Gutierraz as his whole thing is teaching people about Technical analysis.
Smithy
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I'd probably look further afield than anyone who is 'succesful' on social media
demogod
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Ben Armstrong aka BitBoy Crypto
Justatitle
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none brother, it's why they're on youtube for their base instead of working for an organization 
duckduckgos
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Graham Stephen, Financial Education, The Dream Green Show, DlitzTV, Dividend Growth Investing
Kinonez
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I honestly don’t think YouTube is the right platform, you don’t know how knowledgeable each person is, and might follow a bad advice 
SaaSsy
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Rent "A Random Walk Down Wall Street" from your local library or pay $4 for it - only advice that will allow you to manage your own money wisely and filter out all the hype noise.
countingmyinterest
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None cause everyone's trying to sell you some shit. I like Graham Stephan and Spencer Cornelia in general though.
finboi
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My answer is to be really careful when listening to YouTubers.

There’s a reason we have regulations for financial advisors.
NotCreativeEnough
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Graham Stephan is my go to investment/finance guy. Been watching his stuff for years now and he has yet to steer me wrong.

Anyone who claims to have an "amazing" strategy to make a ton of money is lying. Plain and simple. Graham is big on "getting rich slowly" using old school methods. IRA's, index funds, mutual funds, real estate, etc. He'll throw in some higher risk plays every once and awhile but he also stresses not to do that kind of stuff unless you have a strong foundation in good investments to fall back on
SADNESSLieutenant
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I trust myself and myself only, if I cant do the analysis myself and keep up to date on trends myself I shouldn't be playing with it
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