In this day and age, you would get a funny look if you told someone you tried to learn a new skill without using YouTube. No one is stupid or being irrational for choosing to use YouTube as a learning tool for whatever skill they are trying to understand and master. For some skills, YouTube is a quick and effective way to add in a new skill to your productivity toolbelt. In other areas though, YouTube can bit a whole lot more tricky. To better illustrate this, we have a guest who has chosen to take that path. Jose, while being a member of my trading community, is not a member of my structured learning program. As he admits, he’s watched a whole lot of YouTube videos, including mine; however, he’s still experiencing quite a few bumps and bruises. I’ll be the first to admit that even my YouTube videos have flaws. The two major flaws being they are very surface deep (especially the live trading ones) and they are random. Meaning, there is no structure behind them. When you combine these two, well, you’re going to have journey similar to Jose. I applaud Jose for his dedication and willingness to be honest about his journey as it showcases the deep dark rabbit hole known as YouTube.