Podcasts can provide a convenient and accessible way to gain a strong grasp on financial topics, and are one such resource.
No matter where you stand in your financial journey – from debt repayment to saving for retirement and making smart investments – these top financial podcasts will give you an invaluable resource and support you in taking action. Tune in anytime when free or while performing daily chores such as cooking and cleaning!
1. Planet Money
NPR’s Planet Money podcast takes a fresh approach to personal finance. Through storytelling and Peabody Award-winning deep dive journalism, this show examines all aspects of the economy.
Its topics range from how to create and manage debt to saving for retirement or buying a house, investing trends, and reactions to financial news.
The show is widely known for undertaking unique projects to fully explain economic concepts. They once created a shirt from cotton harvesting in Mississippi to sewing in Columbia and Bangladesh before shipping back home again – reaching 18 million listeners total per week on radio and podcast alone!
2. Masters in Business
No matter your finance background or interest in how businesses function, podcasts offer plenty of knowledge-building resources for anyone interested in finance. Each week or daily show interviews experts in various business fields who offer tips to save money, manage debt or attain financial independence.
Each episode explores a specific subject by interviewing an expert in that field – topics can range from how to start up a business to investing strategies or even the life of serial entrepreneurs.
3. Bloomberg Surveillance
Since 2005, Bloomberg Surveillance has provided daily coverage of London and New York business stories from both sources. Hosted by Tom Keene, Jon Ferro, and Lisa Abramowicz respectively – providing global market perspectives from their positions.
Beginning February 16th, both Bloomberg Television and Radio will extend their morning programs from two hours to three. Current radio co-anchors Kailey Leinz and Matthew Miller will join Keene Ferro Abramowicz as anchors on TV to bring you news and insight from economics, finance, and investment.
Jack Caffrey, JPMorgan Asset Management Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, thinks the Federal Reserve’s policy of raising rates may soon come to an end, while Kelsey Berro of Alpine Saxon Woods Chief Market Strategist predicts “real trouble” if rates continue rising.
4. Money Life with Chuck Jaffe
Financial journalist Chuck Jaffe tackles an array of topics on his Money Life podcast. This week, Jaffe talks with Victor Haghani from “The Missing Billionaires,” discussing how mismanaged family fortunes led to massive fortunes being lost through poor decisions made with finances. Jaffe also interviews Allan Sloan whose recent Fast Company column examined just how much Elon Musk and investors have lost through dalliance with Twitter – plus they discuss results from a business outlook survey conducted recently.
Fritz Folts, 3EDGE’s chief investment strategist, discusses why investors may experience volatility this year and ways they can protect their portfolios by diversifying with natural resources or closed-end funds.
5. So Money with Farnoosh Torabi
Torabi found her purpose: helping millennial women make smart financial choices.
She interviews top business leaders, authors, and influencers who bring innovative money strategies directly to listeners’ ears. Furthermore, she provides her own insight and advice as a guest on her podcast.
No one cares more deeply about your finances than you. Be honest with yourself about your values and goals, then ensure your spending reflects these. In Episode 690, she speaks to real estate investor Matthew Massey about tracking expenses and creating budgets tailored specifically for yourself.