Most people invest in one way or another, whether it’s in stocks and bonds or lottery tickets. Sinking your money into an investment vehicle shouldn’t be done carelessly, as that’s a sure way to flush your hard-earned dollars down the drain. Those who want to learn about intelligent investing should consider adding these podcasts to their library.
Jason Calacanis hosts Angel, a weekly podcast on which he interviews angels and VCs. Shows typically run just over an hour.
Visit their website: angelpodcast.com/
2. Animal Spirits
Michael Batnick and Ben Carlson co-host Animal Spirits, a show that revolves around life, money markets, and investing. They share tidbits about the investing-related novels, shows, movies, and other content that they love. New episodes drop every few days and usually last around 30 minutes to an hour.
Visit their website: awealthofcommonsense.com/2017/11/introducing-my-new-podcast-animal-spirits-with-michael-ben/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/animal-spirits-podcast/id1310192007
3. Better System Trader
Andrew Swanscott hosts Better System Trader, a podcast aiming to provide ‘inspiration, motivation and practical advice on improving your trading results.’ Shows last between 30 and 60 minutes and are released every one-to-three months.
Visit their website: bettersystemtrader.com/category/podcast/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/better-system-trader/id985870258
4. Bloomberg Surveillance
Tom Keene, Jon Ferro, and Paul Sweeney host Bloomberg Surveillance, a show that keeps the latest movements in the markets “under surveillance”, transmitting those reports to the listener. Episodes usually run between 30 and 50 minutes and are released daily.
Visit their website: bloomberg.com/podcasts/surveillance
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bloomberg-surveillance/id296237493
5. Capital Ideas
Capital Ideas is the podcast from global investment firm Capital Group. Host Matt Miller keeps listeners abreast of ‘today’s most compelling investment stories.’ Episodes generally last between 30 minutes and an hour and are released weekly.
Visit their website: thecapitalideas.com/category/podcast
6. The Cashflow Academy Show
Andy Tanner hosts The Cashflow Academy Show, where listeners can find advice about stock options trading. Episodes usually run between 30 and 60 minutes and drop every two weeks.
Visit their website: thecashflowacademy.com/show/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cashflow-academy-show/id1040190323
Denis O’Brien and Katie Welsh host Chain of Wealth, where they ‘interview inspiring people on topics around debt, wealth, investing, financing and more.’ Episodes last between 15 and 40 minutes and are released every 3-4 days.
Visit their website: chainofwealth.com/podcast/
8. Chat With Traders
Host Aaron Fifield chats with guests to bring the listeners stories of ‘how a diverse mix of traders went from zero to hero, how they successfully trade markets today, and get their best tips ‘n pointers for profitable performance, plus much more.’ Most episodes last over an hour and are released monthly.
Visit their website: chatwithtraders.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/chat-with-traders/id957265404
9. The Disciplined Investor
Andrew Horowitz leads The Disciplined Investor, a show dishing out ‘specific market advice’ with the goal of making listeners money. Episodes usually run around an hour and are released weekly.
Visit their website: thedisciplinedinvestor.com/blog/category/podcasts/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-disciplined-investor/id217999782
10. Exchanges at Goldman Sachs
A rotating cast of Goldman Sachs employees lead this show by sharing their insights on the state of the markets. Episodes run around 20-25 minutes and come out bi-monthly.
Visit their website: goldmansachs.com/insights/series/exchanges-at-goldman-sachs/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/exchanges-at-goldman-sachs/id948913991
11. Follow the Money Weekly Radio
Jerry Robinson hosts Follow the Money Weekly Radio, a show about economic and geopolitical trends and news pertaining to money. Robinson brings an economist’s perspective to each bi-weekly episode, with each show generally lasting between 40-60 minutes.
Visit their website: goldmansachs.com/insights/series/exchanges-at-goldman-sachs/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/exchanges-at-goldman-sachs/id948913991
12. Grant’s Current Yield Podcast
Jim Grant, one of the most respected names in financial analysis, hosts this podcast alongside Evan Lorenz. They talk “high finance” in a witty, engaging manner. Episodes last between 20 and 30 minutes and are released every 6 to ten days.
Visit their website: stitcher.com/podcast/clns-radio-online-sports-talk-radio/grants-podcast-finance-w-jim-grant
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/grants-current-yield-podcast/id1207583745
13. [i3] Podcast
The Investment Innovation Institute backs this podcast, which aims for ‘better investment outcomes through education’. Episodes typically last between 40 minutes and an hour-plus, are released at a rate of two-per-month, and center around interviews with professionals investors.
Visit their website: i3-invest.com/podcasts/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i3-podcast/id1331721385
14. The Index Investing Show
Ron DeLegge hosts The Index Investing Show, which teaches listeners “the birds and the bees of successful investing”. Weekly episodes typically run 41 minutes long.
Visit their website: .indexshow.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/index-investing-show/id211817114
15. Invest Like a Boss
Sam Marks and Johnny FD host Invest Like a Boss, where they pick the mind of renowned investors to find out their portfolio makeup and latest strategies. Episodes drop bi-weekly and regularly run over the hour mark.
Visit their website: investlikeaboss.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/invest-like-a-boss/id1123552997
16. Invest Like the Best
Patrick O’Shaughnessy hosts Invest Like the Best, a show for ‘exploring the ideas, methods, and stories of people that will help you better invest your time and money.’ Weekly episodes generally run around an hour-long.
Visit their website: investlikeaboss.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/invest-like-the-best/id1154105909
Investor-author Phil Town and his daughter Danielle Town host InvestED, an education vehicle for stock market basics, investment strategies, and stories from those who have gamed the markets. Episodes generally last between 25 and 45 minutes and are released weekly.
Visit their website: ruleoneinvesting.com/podcast/
18. Investing for Beginners
Andrew Sather and Dave Ahern host Investing for Beginners, a podcast ‘for beginners to decode industry jargon, silence crippling confusion, and help you overcome emotions by looking at the numbers.’ Episodes typically last around 45 minutes, with new shows arriving most weeks.
Visit their website: open.spotify.com/show/3sIN6k0aT6cCWP2AJRvHEK
19. Investing in Asia
Financial commentator David Kuo hosts Investing in Asia, a podcast from The Motley Fool. The show gives investing insight into emerging global markets, particularly those in the Far East. Weekly episodes typically run between 20 and 30 minutes.
Visit their website: fool.com/podcasts/motley-fool-money/2019-04-16-bonus-investing-in-asia-preview/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/investing-in-asia/id1460722089
20. Investing Insights
Chicago-based Morningstar is behind the podcast Investing Insights. Listeners can expect ‘stock, fund, and ETF picks, plus personal finance advice, investing tips, and exclusive fund manager interviews.’ Weekly episodes run around 30 minutes long.
Visit their website: morningstar.com/
Steve Peasley & Justin Klein host InvestTalk, a daily podcast about financial and retirement planning, money management, and the latest movement in the stock market. Episodes typically run 45 minutes long.
Visit their website: kppfinancial.com/investtalk-2/investtalk-podcast/
Jill on Money is a podcast hosted by Jill Schlesinger about “controversial” financial issues without hard-to-understand jargon. Episodes may last from 3 to 30 minutes and are released every two-to-five days.
Visit their website: jillonmoney.com/
23. Mad Money
Jim Cramer hosts one of the most well-known podcasts on this list, Mad Money. Its the podcast version of the weekly show on CNBC. Listeners can expect stock recommendations, news about market trends, and more. Episodes run 44 minutes long and arrive daily on weekdays.
Visit their website: cnbc.com/2018/03/01/mad-money-with-jim-cramer-podcast.html
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mad-money-w-jim-cramer/id147247199
24. Market Wrap
Moe Ansari hosts Market Wrap, a daily podcast rundown of the day’s news from Wall Street and global financial markets. Episodes run 52 minutes long.
Visit their website: marketwrapwithmoe.com
25. Masters in Business
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz hosts Masters in Business, a show that examines how people and their ideas shape the financial markets. Episodes run around an hour long and are released weekly.
Visit their website: bloomberg.com/podcasts/masters_in_business
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/masters-in-business/id730188152
26. Millionaires Unveiled
Clark Sheffield and Jace Mattinson host Millionaires Unveiled, a podcast through which they interview “everyday millionaires” to glean their secrets, tips, and stories. Episodes typically run around the 40-minute mark and are released each week.
Visit their website: millionairesunveiled.com/podcast
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/millionaires-unveiled/id1313152833
27. Money for the Rest of Us
J. David Stein hosts Money for the Rest of Us, a starter course/investment manual about how money works, how to invest it wisely, and how to make more of it. New 30-minute episodes arrive weekly.
Visit their website: moneyfortherestofus.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/money-for-the-rest-of-us/id883011006?mt=2
28. Motley Fool Money
A revolving team of analysts, commentators, and executives from the Motley Fool host Motley Fool Money, a weekly radio show that’s also available in podcast form. The show is a mix of news coverage, interviews, and stock updates packaged with one goal in mind: to help the listener make more money.
Visit their website: fool.com/podcasts/motley-fool-money/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/motley-fool-money/id306106212
29. Numbers By Barron’s
Nick Jasinski hosts this short, 3-minute podcast from Barron’s meant to recap the three most important stories in finance that trading day. Episodes like ‘No More Robocalls?’ and ‘TV Needs the NFL’ should give you more of an idea of what to expect.
Visit their website: barrons.com/topics/podcasts
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/numbers-by-barrons/id1435950211
30. The Option Alpha Podcast
Kirk Du Plessis hosts The Option Alpha Podcast, a show that just may shatter ‘everything you know (or thought you knew) about options trading and the stock market”. Can you handle it? If so, tune into weekly episodes that may run anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour and 30 minutes, give or take.
Visit their website: optionalpha.com/podcast
31. The Peter Schiff Show
Peter Schiff is the eponymous host/market analyst behind The Peter Schiff Show. He’s one of the more respected interpreters of market trends that you’ll find, and he shares his insights with guests and listeners on this weekly podcast. Episodes typically last somewhere between 30 minutes and an hour.
Visit their website: schiffradio.com/the-peter-schiff-show-podcast/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-peter-schiff-show-podcast/id404963432
32. Power Trading Radio
Merlin Rothfeld hosts Power Trading Radio, a daily podcast ‘aimed at an audience that wants to improve its edge through active participation in the markets’. Episodes generally run around the 45-minute mark.
Visit their website: tradingacademy.com/resources/radio/
33. So Money
Financial strategist and TV host Farnoosh Torabi is the point man for So Money, a podcast that aims to bring inspirational stories of investing success through an interview format. Episodes generally run between 25 minutes and an hour and are released every couple weekdays.
Visit their website: podcast.farnoosh.tv/
34. Sound Investing
Paul Merriman hosts Sound Investing, an advice show revolving around investing and, more specifically, what it takes to retire comfortably. Episodes are released weekly and will generally occupy 25-60 minutes of your time.
Visit their website: paulmerriman.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/paul-merriman/id78328991
35. The Stacking Benjamins Show
Joe Saul-Sehy & OG host The Stacking Benjamins Cast, a three-episode-per-week, interview-style podcast where listeners can listen to ‘ parade of financial headlines, personal finance experts, creatives, and people with stories that inspire us.’ Episodes typically run a bit over an hour.
Visit their website: stackingbenjamins.com/
36. Superinvestors and the Art of Wordly Wisdom
Former Wall Street investor and hedge fund co-founder Jesse Felder hosts Supinvestors, a show through which he shares his own and guest “superinvestors'” adventures in the gauntlet of investing. Episodes arrive monthly and run somewhere near the hour mark.
Visit their website: stitcher.com/podcast/superinvestors-and-the-art-of-worldly-wisdom
37. The Chris Hogan Show
Chris Hogan is the host of The Chris Hogan Show. He also happens to be an authority on ‘ retirement, investing and building wealth’, all of which are central themes of this podcast. Episodes typically run around the 31-minute mark and are released every other weekday.
Visit their website: chrishogan360.com/podcast/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-chris-hogan-show/id1117556964
38. The College Investor
Robert Farrington, “America’s Millennial Money Investor”, hosts The College Investor. It’s a podcast with a specific target audience: millennials who want to be smarter with their money. Episodes are made for the allegedly short millennial attention span, lasting between 3 and 15 minutes a pop. New shows arrive every couple weekdays.
Visit their website: thecollegeinvestor.com/audio-show/
39. The Full Ratchet
Nick Moran hosts The Full Ratchet, a podcast ‘dedicated to demystifying Venture Capital’. Not sure what venture capital is about or what the latest news in VC is? Check this one out.
New episodes arrive ever one-to-two weeks and can run anywhere from 5 minutes to an hour-plus.
Visit their website: fullratchet.net/
40. The Jolly Swagman Podcast
Joe Walker is the host of The Jolly Swagman Podcast, a show with a funny name that’s all about telling success (and fail) stories in an entertaining way (with an Australian accent). New episodes come along twice per month and typically run a bit over an hour.
Visit their website: josephnoelwalker.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jolly-swagman-podcast/id1236553683
41. The Marketplace Roundtable
The Marketplace Roundtable is a discussion-style platform for authors of financially-minded literature to educate readers on their findings and analysis. New episodes drop weekly and usually run between 25 and 35 minutes.
Visit their website: marketplaceroundtable.libsyn.com
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/marketplace-roundtable/id1444916230
42. The Meb Faber Show
Meb Faber is the host of the eponymous Meb Faber Show. The host asks on-the-fence listeners one question: ‘Ready to grow your wealth through smarter investing decisions?’. If so, then listen. Episodes can run anywhere from 15 minutes to nearly two hours and are released every two-to-seven days.
Visit their website: mebfaber.com/podcast/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-meb-faber-show/id1128955736?mt=2
43. The Money Guy Show
Financial planners Brian Preston and Bo Hanson host The Money Guy Show. They aim to educate listeners on sound investment strategies as well as trends to avoid. New episodes arrive weekly, with each show lasting about an hour.
Visit their website: moneyguy.com/
44. The Options Insider Radio Network
The Options Insider Radio Network encompasses a family of shows including The Option Block, Options Boot Camp, The Advisors Option, The Long and Short of Futures Options, Volatility Views, Options Insider Radio. Each show provides a unique spin on investing.
Visit their website: theoptionsinsider.com/
45. The Readback
Barron’s is behind The Readback, a 15-minute-per-episode weekly podcast in which a rotating cast of hosts ‘take you inside a Barron’s story, exposing the forces that shape investing today – and how it impacts your portfolio.’
Visit their website: stitcher.com/podcast/barrons/the-readback
46. Rich Dad Radio
Rich Dad radio is hosted by Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad. Like the book, Kiyosaki’s monologues and interviews aim to challenge conventional wisdom about money and investing practices. New episodes arrive weekly and typically run around 45 minutes long.
Visit their website: richdad.com/radio
47. Rule Breaker Investing
Rule Breaker Investing is a show from the Motley Fool podcast family and hosted by David Gardner, co-founder of Motley Fool. Interviews are mixed with Gardner’s insights about which companies to bet on…and which to avoid. Episodes typically span 45 minutes to an hour and are released weekly.
Visit their website: rulebreakerinvesting.libsyn.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rule-breaker-investing/id1017325738
48. The Traders Podcast
Rob Booker hosts The Traders Podcast, a show ‘about living better and trading more profitably’. Episodes are released on an indeterminate schedule and are short, typically lasting somewhere between 3 and 13 minutes.
Visit their website: traderspodcast.com/
49. The Truth About Money
Ric Edelman hosts The Truth About Money, a podcast providing educational insight into investments, IRAs, retirement planning, mortgages, insurance, college planning. New episodes are released weekly and generally run over an hour long.
Visit their website: edelmanfinancialengines.com/books/the-truth-about-money
50. Top Traders Unplugged
Niels Kaastrup-Larsen hosts Top Traders Unplugged, a podcast for listeners who ‘are looking to take their manager due diligence or investment career to the next level.’ Weekly shows run over an hour and are packed with advice on analysis and trends that serious investors may find value in.
Visit their website: toptradersunplugged.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/top-traders-unplugged/id888420325
51. Trend Following
Michael Covel hosts Trend Following, a show covering ‘investments, economics, decision-making, human behavior & entrepreneurship.’ Ryan Holiday and Tucker Max are among the many guests that have traded words with Covel on Trend Following. Episode 3-4 days and can run anywhere from 25 minutes to over two hours.
Visit their website: trendfollowing.com/podcast/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/trend-following-manifesto/id151217747
52. Value Investing
Jun Kim is a certified financial analyst and the host of the Value Investing podcast. The goal: bring listeners lessons, tips, and advice from ‘legendary investors such as Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch’ while helping instill the necessary discipline to make money investing. Episodes typically run between 20 and 30 minutes and are released bi-weekly.
Visit their website: valueinvesting.blubrry.net/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/value-investing-podcast/id1363797748
53. Vanguard: Investment Commentary
Hosts from a behemoth in the investing world, Vanguard, steer this monthly podcast. Through each 10-15 minute episode, listeners will get ‘perspectives on events and trends affecting the economy, the financial markets, and investment management’.
Visit their website: investor.vanguard.com/home/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/vanguard-investment-commentary/id218703932
54. Wall Street Unplugged
Small-cap stock analyst Frank Curzio is the host of Wall Street Unplugged, He talks with ‘leading economists and respected investment professionals’ to bring greater investment savvy to each and every listener. New episodes arrive weekly and each show typically runs just over an hour long.
Visit their website: curzioresearch.com/category/podcast/wall-street-unplugged/
55. We Study Billionaires
Preston Pysh and Stig Brodersen host We Study Billionaires, a show dedicated to the self-made billionaires we know and (for some) love. Episodes typically run around 35 minutes long and are released on a weekly schedule.
Visit their website: stitcher.com/podcast/wondery/the-investors-podcast
56. Wall Street Journal’s Your Money Briefing
A cast of WSJ reporters host Your Money Briefing, a podcast that covers ‘investing, markets, taxes and retirement planning.’ Episodes are bite-size, lasting 8-10 minutes and dropping each weekday.
Visit their website: wsj.com/podcasts/your-money-matters
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wsj-your-money-briefing/id152024419
57. Zacks Market Edge
Tracey Ryniec hosts Zacks Market Edge, a weekly podcast that touches on topics like ‘How Young Investors Find the Next Google’ and which stocks are good value. It’s a practical show for practical investors. Episodes typically last 20-30 minutes.
Visit their website: zacks.com/podcasts/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/zacks-market-edge/id1052541481