MOOCs are online courses that are open to a lot of people. Online courses are offered by a lot of well-known schools. Most of them are free. Check out Coursera, Edx, and other websites.
2. Websites for learning: Khan Academy and Investopedia are great places to learn about almost anything online.
Google “”baba””: Pick a subject and look it up on Google. You would get even better results than you can think of.
Books: Get a couple of good books and read them. You would learn about new things. If you are really serious, try reading some college-level books.
4. Newspapers: Read financial newspapers and watch business channels.
5. Business magazines: Read at least one magazine in addition to the newspaper every day.
Right now, I can only think of these. I’m sure there are lots of other ways to learn as well.
You want to become a financial expert, but you don’t know where to start?
Don’t worry, a lot of information is at your fingertips, and it’s easy to get started.
Read up on money matters. Libraries, bookstores, and websites can lead you to thousands of books on any money matter you can think of. The Richest Man in Babylon is a good one to start with because it is simple.
2. Take a finance course. Universities offer free online courses on a wide range of financial topics.
Hit the books again. You can learn more by subscribing to publications like The Wall Street Journal or Barron’s, talking to people who work in financial services, or taking courses at the CFA Institute.
4. Talk to people who work in the financial services industry. Talk to a professional financial advisor, a banker, an accountant, and a lawyer. Then listen to what they have to say and learn from it.