Glad you know your limits.
Do you prefer to read or to watch videos?
As Alex said elsewhere:
"As Emma mentioned, we ask members of this community not to recommend investing in particular stocks & it’s impossible to predict what the price of a stock in any given week.
Having said that, this community is full of helpful advice about different ways to approach investing & people’s opinions about the prospects of various companies. There’s dedicated topics for several companies in the #investing-and-markets category & more general advice in #first-time-investing.
We’ve also created an Introductory wiki which includes all of the blog posts that we’ve published to help explain investing.
So you’re not on your own here, hopefully that will all help you decide which stocks to consider investing in & if you have any questions, please feel free to ask "
If you like to read short articles try investopedia.com/university/. They cover pretty much everything, and a bit more.
If you’re into videos, you can start with Khan Academy. They also have a YouTube Channel.
Do you prefer books? The Intelligent Investor, by Benjamin Graham, has received praise for decades.
There are many resources available.
If you end up feeling overwhelmed and start to believe you can’t do it on your own it’s ok. Like me and many others, you can always index and have results aligned with the top 20% of professional money managers without a sweat.