Agree with @blogspotter. Would add though that you should invest (some not all) capital before you get fed up and leave . Some money in the game is also a way of learning but spread your initial investment over a longer time period and do not spend it all at once.
I often read people here on NP saying one should learn, read and so on before buying. I would say: Learn, read, buy and then repeat this cycle for X number of months/years. Never spend it all once - not on your day 1 of investing nor on your day 10,000. Perspective to investing/spending is important.
When you are double sure you are not wasting your money. And even at that, buy only few and keep learn. If as you learn more you realize the first few names you registered were not good,l, you will take consolation in the fact that it was part of your learning.
Also as a beginner, try to always use the appraisal section whenever you register names. This will help you get the opinion of experienced domainers about what you're registering.
I would suggest 2 to 3 months of learning before buying any domain for reselling purpose. One should ideally learn the basics of domain trading, identify his niche or expertise, follow & understand the sales data and then jump in.
When I think back about the mistakes, I made more than 20 years ago when I started domaining, I think that I was like most domainer Wanta bees. I figured I could find names buyers would love. That took years to develop an inventory worth selling. Learning to be a domainer is like a lot of other things. It takes hard work and perseverance. IMO lots more than 60 days.