In the process of trying to find educational videos on microcaps & penny stocks, I found most people just want to sell you something. It is no wonder there is so little "legitimate" education available on penny stock investing.
Learn & Practice the Basics of Buying a Stock - Even If You Spend $100 - Preferably with a reputable online bank or brokerage that charges you < $20
This is 1.5hrs but is great if you have never bought a stock before and don't know where to start.
This one is 1hr and likely just as good for learning the basics.
Stock Market Order Types. Applicable from microcaps to large caps
Tim Sykes has been around a long time and I suspect has had his share of big wins and big losses. He is in the business of making money from subscribers and publications so if you take that into consideration, he still has good free Youtube content. His channel is available here: https://www.youtube.com/c/TimothySykesTrader
1) OTC Markets Group (U.S.) - https://www.otcmarkets.com/index.html
2) Canadian Securities Exchange - https://www.thecse.com/
3) Toronto Stock Exchange - https://www.tsx.com/
4) TSX Venture Exchange (Canada) - https://www.tsx.com/trading/tsx-venture-exchange
5) AIM in London - https://www.londonstockexchange.com/raise-finance/equity/aim
6) FSE in Germany - https://www.boerse-frankfurt.de/en
7) ASX Australia - https://www2.asx.com.au/
8) NSE India - https://www.nseindia.com/
Their "Bullboards" are very popular for CDN microcaps
Reddit is the home of "WallStreetBets" - a U.S. trading beast
Mostly mid to large cap but does have micro cap boards
Diverse - run by a UK company
Message boards and extensive independent research & analysis
Kitco.com has been around since the 90's and has great content
Similar (on a much smaller scale) to Twitter but with a stock specific focus.
An excellent website with a searchable database. "OffshoreAlert provides intelligence on participants in high-value international finance, with an emphasis on high-confidentiality jurisdictions. We specialize in exposing investment fraud while it's in progress and helping victims recover assets". https://www.offshorealert.com/
Protect Yourself: https://www.sec.gov/Protecting-You
Regulatory agencies provide a confidential way to file a formal complaint if you have been the victim of a financial crime, or believe one is being orchestrated. I only listed the two countries as that is where you would find the majority of publicly traded microcap companies. Click on the name for a link to their website.
FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) is a government-authorized not-for-profit organization that oversees U.S. broker-dealers. You can file an investor complaint, a regulatory tip, check the background of an individual or firm, or search their database for past enforcement (by name).
If you go into tools and calculators, they also offer smart investing courses. A very useful website for novice and experienced investors. Finra.org