- If you’re looking to learn how to manage your money or invest in the stock market, these podcasts can help you get started.
- Business Insider listened to and selected the eight best podcasts that can teach you how to invest, manage, and grow your wealth.
- These podcasts include interviews with notable founders and CEOs, as well as general business and investing insights for every level and type of investor.
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Looking for some finance know-how on the go? Podcasts are one of the best ways to get your up-to-date information fix whether you’re at home, out for a walk, or at the gym — and when it comes to investing advice, there are plenty to choose from.
We’ve handpicked eight of the best podcasts on investing and money. We selected them for their diverse mix of informative guests, market news, and expert insight. Here, you’ll find everything from stock-market tips to deep dives about our relationship with money.
Note that some of these are focused on finances in the UK — but most will give you solid advice for wherever you are.
Here are the best podcasts on money and investing.
Looking to get started in investing? “Invest Like the Best” shares the business and investing knowledge from those who have found success. Host Patrick O’Shaughnessy, the CEO of O’Shaughnessy Asset Management, interviews investors, founders, and other CEOs on their financial learnings from throughout their careers.
He’s conducted more than 189 interviews, and the podcast has been downloaded more than 15 million times. Recent episodes include a deep dive into the future of e-commerce, investing in gaming, and frontier-market investing.
“In Her Financial Shoes” is a great personal-finance podcast for women. It’s hosted by Catherine Morgan, a financial coach who has worked at banks including HSBC and Santander. Each week, she interviews notable female entrepreneurs on personal finance and their money mindset to get money-management advice, helping her listeners become financially confident.
Morgan is an award-winning financial planner and coach and runs The Money Panel website.
If you’re looking for a well-produced money podcast by journalists, then BBC 5 Live’s “Wake Up to Money” is for you. It looks at everything from global financial news to savings and investment, with a rundown of the daily news. The podcast also features interviews with CEOs of some of the UK’s biggest brands. New episodes are released at 7 Greenwich Mean Time every morning.
“This is Money” is from the UK’s biggest financial website of the same name. Recent episodes include a study of lockdown fraud, the effects of the COVID-19 recession, and how to start investing and growing your wealth. It’s a great all-round podcast that covers a variety of topics surrounding financial well-being.
This is another great podcast for investing beginners. It’s hosted by Damien Fahy, who founded the website of the same name, which covers everything from the effects of Brexit to future-proofing your finances. Fahy has 19 years of experience within the financial sector, including in financial planning, taxes, and mortgages. Recent episodes include “How to Become a Billionaire,” as well as insights into student loans, investment trends, and market volatility.
“Meaningful Money” explains all aspects of your personal finances in everyday language. The podcast, hosted by Pete Matthews, a chartered financial planner and managing director of Jacksons Wealth Management, is great for dipping your toe into the world of investing, with guidance on that as well as insurance, pensions, and more. It’s highly practical. Each show is in two segments: first, everything you need to know to understand the subject, and second, everything you need to do to move forward on it.
This twice-weekly podcast is hosted by Rob Bence, an investment consultant with more than 15 years in the industry, and Rob Dix, a bestselling property author. It’s a great listen for any aspiring or existing property investor in the UK. The hosts discuss a different property news item each week, so it always feels current. The podcast has been a smash hit, attracting more than 100,000 new listeners every month and winning multiple awards.
The personal-finance expert Andy Webb, a financial journalist formerly of the BBC, explores everything to do with personal finance and investing — it’s a great podcast if you want a no-nonsense approach to finance without jargon.
Webb founded the Be Clever With Your Cash website and is the “deal detective” on Channel 5’s “Shop Smart Save Money.” The podcast was named best money podcast at the SHOMO awards, the UK Money Bloggers’ annual awards. There’s more than 141 episodes to dive into, covering everything from the cost of fast fashion to self-employment and taxes.