If you REALLY want to make money by trading, you should watch videos and read up on options trading - what options are, how they work, how to invest in them. Only consider trading options once you instinctively understand how they work.
Success is about rules. If you cannot follow a set of rules autistically, don't trade. If you can't master your emotions in the moment, no matter how strongly your gut tells you THIS IS IT, THIS IS THE RIGHT MOVE, don't trade. That will kill you no matter how well you know the fundamentals. Trading is 90% discipline and composure, not knowledge or raw intelligence. Every time you read about dumbasses losing their life's savings, it's because they KNEW they were onto something and listened to their gut instead of an autistic set of rules.
If I sound like a faggot repeating this over and over again, it's because I really don't want to worry that I put Ernst onto something, and that he might go bankrupt and kill himself because of it (and ultimately me). I'm already terrified that my dad learned about options trading through me. He's already ruined my mom's retirement plan once by following his gut, and even though my mom has locked him out of the bank account, if he clicks one wrong button on the broker's website he could put them $200k in debt to some asshole in New York.
Now that that's out of the way:
If you really want to trade, start trading with a very small account on Robinhood. There is no minimum account balance, and no commission on trades. I can refer you to the site and we each get a free stock, but there's a 90% chance that you will get some shitty pennystock, so don't feel obliged to.
The Trading Fraternity guy has a lot of videos about how to turn a small account (~$250) into thousands. He's done it for fun several times over on stream, and it's plausible for you to do it as well. BUT, you have to follow the rules like an iron-clad autist. For the love of god, kill your emotion and trade like a Zen monk. Once you see your account so far up from where you started, it'll all go to your head, and you'll tell yourself that you're just one or two trades away from not having to work for a living. But you will NEVER reach that point if you think like that. Rule #2 (after Rule #1: Always follow the rules) is to never leverage your account over a certain percentage of your total worth. I.E. if your trading account is worth $5000, never have more than $500 in active investments. Rule #3 is to remember that it doesn't count until it's cash. Your account might say $5000, but if $4500 of that is in stocks and options, you don't actually have $5000. You have $500, and $4500 worth of assets that could theoretically be worth nothing tomorrow (especially true of options).
I could give more advice, but I'm still a dumbass who lost most of what he gained, and is trying to claw his way back up. Go watch that guy's videos and streams (as well as other videos on Youtube explaining the basics - but only take general advice, don't take specific stock picks from fucking Youtube). You will eventually learn enough to treat trading as a profitable hobby. After a few years, you might even be able to make a living off of it (but don't ever plan on it - that dream will make you desperate, and once you lose composure you lose money, which of course takes you further away from your goal).