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If you never seem to have time to read a book, a podcast may be a suitable solution for learning on the go. Next time you have a long road trip or are going to the gym, turn on a podcast to listen and learn. What is there to listen to?
If you happen to have trouble with your personal financial situation, check out some of these personal finance podcasts. Each of them provides useful information in a unique way which is described under each sub heading. Hopefully these podcasts lead to new insight on how to effectively make and save money.
Listen, Money Matters!
For those who are much less interested in boring technical language or intricate rhetoric, this podcast is the answer. Hosts Thomas and Andrew keep it simple as they convey advice in a conversational and friendly setting. It provides useful financial information in simple terms which is nice for those not as well versed in personal finance.
The Disciplined Investor
This podcast focuses on investing (who knew?). Host Andrew Horowitz talks about different investing situations and actions that may be taken when making investments. If you are an avid investor, listening to this man’s advice may prove fairly helpful. Learn how to make disciplined and calculated choices on your path to success.
The Clark Howard Show
Clark Howard is a seasoned veteran in the personal finance game who provides general advice on budgeting and saving. These podcasts are posted daily, so anyone can tune in for the latest advice. The strength of this show is the straightforward attitude of Howard which makes this a trustworthy source for building financial stability.
This podcast targets the younger crowd of society hence the inclusion of “Millennial” in the title. One of the prominent stereotypes for the millennial generation is the lack of financial independence. Learn how to bust this stereotype by listening to Shannah Compton Game on how to budget, save money, and work towards financial independence.
Entrepreneur on Fire
Another helpful podcast to look into is the Entrepreneur on Fire show which features John Lee Dumas, the show host. This podcast is all about business ventures and associated expenses; it focuses on making sound decisions with your business in mind. Any aspiring business owner or entrepreneur may want to check this podcast out for some potentially lucrative advice and experiences.
Stephen Dubner, one of the authors of the book “Freakonomics,” speaks on behalf of this podcast. This radio podcast looks at a large variety of different community aspects which makes for an entertaining repertoire. Most of these topics provide insight on the economy and personal finance, so despite its range of topic, it provides a lesson often disguised that will hit home.
Author: Jeff Gitlen