I have found that Investopedia has some of the best training material on the Internet for free. At one time I paid for training with InvestTools by TD Ameritrade. I won't say how much I spent but it was in the "few" thousand dollar range. No regrets as I learned a lot and feel like I got my money's worth. Here comes the "BUT" though. I did find that 90 percent of what I learned with Investools was already on Investopedia. All you have to do is have the discipline to study a few hours a day and read the material. Towards that end I will save you a lot of browsing and clicking links to different pages by sharing with you my OneNote notebook on Investopedia's basic guides for Stocks, Trading Strategies, Fundamental Analysis, and Technical Analysis all in one notebook. Access it here: https://1drv.ms/u/s!ApcKqV3khCnAgblUCDJMKqrD0RV_yA The main difference between the paid training and self taught at Investopedia, is that you don't have a coach or instructor to call. But hey yes you do, right here at Stockaholics. Get stuck or don't understand something, just post in the Ask Any Question forum or go to live chat. I actually came to Stockaholics awhile back after my Investools subscription ran out and I started searching for a place to connect with other investors. Stockaholics is one of the best free chat/forum investing sites out there. I would appreciate a little feedback on what you think of this. Any trouble accessing? Not clear on how to navigate the material? or maybe even a good comment or two.