In order to help newcomers and new investors to learn a bit about the market, because after all, there was a time where we was all new about markets, it would be helpful to gives some paths or resources or clues about it. If I would have to give clues to a newcomer, it would be to learn math first, and to be really used to it. Not the complicated maths, but rather the statistics, probabilities, randomness, and theories around human behavior that's often expressed in maths. I think it should be helpful. Then, I would say them to try simulation, because this is a playground but often with real world data, so while it is not fully comparable, it is certainly helpful. Finally, it would be to look up all unknown names the person meets, and learn about the debt of states, currencies, basic economy and the basic of the market. And you, what would be your advises?