I'm really determined to learn about the stock market, as well as the techniques and terms used in trading and investing. The problem is that there's no one to point me in the right direction, even though I'm not completely oblivious regarding my knowledge of the markets.
So far, I've read a few introductory books about investing and the markets, and I'm ready to read more. I'm curious about the quantitative side of analyzing stocks and other financial instruments. Does anyone have a recommendation where should I start? Which books should I read, or which courses or videos should I watch? Do I need some basic prerequisites such as statistics or macro and microeconomics? Or should I be advanced in those areas?
As far as it goes about fundamental and technical analysis, I've read that books on that topics are such as The Intelligent Investor and Reminiscences of A Stock Operator. Are these books really about the analytics of investing, or are they only about the philosophy of investing?
As I said, I'm willing to learn and upgrade my knowledge, because this is something that I find very interesting, but I can't find any serious books on the topic.
Thank you guys in advance!