If you are new to investments and stocks, I do suggest reading books like The Intelligent Investor or anything by Warren Buffett, and studying some finance 101 to get you up to speed about understanding financial ratios.
You may try your hand on a trading simulator but frankly the amount of time you spend on the simulation is going to be a poor return on your invested time. I know the saying goes "practice makes perfect" so more time on simulator means you get good at investing right?
Unfortunately, no. Perfect practice makes perfect. If you don't know what you are doing on the simulator, you will still have no idea what you are doing 100 hours later. Investments take a lot of time, investments demands you do your homework and really study, and investments do not tolerate short cuts (like buying/selling based on a tip from friend of friend etc.). That's speculating, not investing.
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