Oh dear. The Chum Bucket is a fictional restaurant owned by Sheldon Plankton, and located across the street from the much more successful Krusty Krab, owned by Eugene Krab. All on the Spongebob Squarepants show (I have two little kids, have I mentioned that? ) And...Spongebob lives in a pineapple under the sea!
Back to Sponge_1. You know, if you want to learn about investing, I recommend you take the courses from the Canadian Securities Institute. The only problem is that they are ridiculously expensive. The financial planning courses which lead to the CFP exam are also another interesting thought. There are many course providers and these, too, are also expensive.
But here's my rationale: which may not apply to Sponge, but could possibly apply to other posters. If you take the CSC or the CFP coursework, you might be out $1000 or even more. But amortized over your investing lifetime, that $1000 might actually be well-spent.
Anyways. I am writing quickly and over my lunch break, and this isn't my most thoughtful post. But I do sort of wonder whether taking the CSC courses might be of interest to other people here. (Disclaimer: I hold the CFP certification and I am a former investment advisor, formerly working on the IDA [now IIROC] platform; i.e., not mutual funds only.)