the best investing courses

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I've bought Pace's Course, John Martinez's Course and I have nothing but good things to say about them! I've also bought @Jerryll Noorden course, would highly recommend that one too! FYI, I'm not getting paid to say anything about these

Like the best book in real estate most people on the BiggerPockets podcast recommend, which is "Rich Dad, Poor Dad", it's best to look for people rather than courses/books. I'd reach out to agents in the "Network" tab and simply have a conversation about your goals after you define them and ask them how to reach that. I'd also look for people in your city by typing your city in the search tab to find people from that area who are active and reach out to them. After these steps, ask to schedule a call and see if you resonate with any of them and see if they would like to do more of an on-going relationship. Do NOT ask for mentorship from the get-go, just take things step-by-step.