Top 5 Financial Podcasts

1. The Dave Ramsey Show

Host. Dave Ramsey

The Dave Ramsey Show
The Dave Ramsey Show

When it comes to money and radio, Dave Ramsey is the man. Dave Ramsey went from millionaire to broke to millionaire again and helps you get there too, without going broke like he did. He went broke by leveraging real estate with debt and the house of cards fell.  Because of that, he is adamant about being debt free and creating a safe financial plan for you and your family.  Dave Ramsey is known for his Seven Baby Steps and the Debt Snowball. This show is great because he helps the callers use his methods in real life situations. If you are new to personal finance, want to get out of debt, put together a budget, and retire comfortably this is the podcast to listen to. His methods are very easy to learn and apply.

For more information on this podcast – The Dave Ramsey Show

2. Money For the Rest of Us

Host. J. David Stein

Money for The Rest of Us
Money for The Rest of Us

This is a show for the listener who wants to know everything about money. David Stein hits on topics like inflation, interest rates, investing, and just about anything money related. Each episode he teaches from a to z on a specific topic. These topics can be very dry and boring but David Stein does an incredible job keeping the show interesting.  He also takes these very complicated topics and explains them in a very clear and simplified manner.  This is a must if you want to truly understand everything about money.

For more information on this podcast – Money For the Rest of Us

3. The Investors Podcast – We Study Billionaires

Host. Preston Pysh & Stig Broderson

The Investors Podcast
The Investors Podcast

The first few podcast were specifically on Warren Buffet and Value Investing. This is what drew me into this podcast.  As the shows continue they talk about many other major investors and their investing styles.  There are many guests on the show who are experts in their fields of investing.  Preston and Stig do a lot of book reviews on a variety of books. Preston and Stig converse very well together and even seem to disagree in a friendly manner.  This show is a bit advanced on investing and the markets (at least for me it is) but it does help an average joe learn more about it.

For more information on this podcast – The Investors Podcast

4. Chris Hogan’s Retire Inspired Podcast

Host. Chris Hogan

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired
Chris Hogan’s Retire Inspired

Chris Hogan is part of the Dave Ramsey team.  Chris takes what Dave has put together and focuses down on the retirement aspect.  Chris keeps the show energetic with his booming deep voice and non stop action.  Chris keeps you pumped up and truly inspired. Although he is part of the Dave Ramsey team, his show format is not the same as Dave’s.  While Dave’s is mostly call ins, Chris has more of a topical show. If you plan on retiring one day,  this is the show that will keep you on track.

For more information on this podcast – Chris Hogan’s Retire Inspired

5. Optimal Finance Daily

Host. Justin Malik

Optimal Finance Daily
Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal finance daily is part of the Optimal Living Daily Podcast.  Each podcast is a reading by Justin Malik of a selected blog post.  The blog posts are not from his blog but are curated from great financial bloggers all over the web.  I enjoy the short format podcast and being able to hear from so many different people in one place.

For more information on this podcast – Optimal Finance Daily

5 Replies to “Top 5 Financial Podcasts”

  1. Thanks for posting this I have been looking for new financial podcasts to listen to! I would personally add Listen Money Matters to this list as well. They put out some good content.

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  2. I do accept as true with all the concepts you’ve offered for your post. They’re really convincing and will definitely work. Still, the posts are too brief for starters. May you please lengthen them a bit from subsequent time? Thanks for the post.


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