Top Finance Podcasts
One great way to keep up to date with the latest news in your field is to listen to podcasts. These are regularly broadcast audio programs which address specific topics, and often include interviews, discussions, and news. We've previously covered some of the best podcasts in economics, but today we're looking at podcasts in the field of finance.
If you want to hear these podcasts, you can usually listen to them directly on their respective websites. But one of the best features of this format is the ability to automatically download episodes when they come out, which you can then listen to later whenever you have time. You can you take advantage of this feature by subscribing using a service like iTunes or another podcast manager.
These podcasts are suitable for a general audience and cover topics like savings, budgeting, and the basics of investing for newbies. They are accessible and informative on money management matters, and full of practical advice for people who aren't trained in finance, accounting, or economics, but who want to make the most of their money.
- The Dave Ramsey Show
- Entrepreneur On Fire
- Rich Dad Radio Show
- Money For the Rest of Us
- Stacking Benjamins
For Finance Professionals:
For those people working in finance and looking to keep up with trends in their field, the following are podcasts for a special audience who are knowledgeable about finance, and interested in mergers and acquisitions and other finance topics.
- PWC Deal Radio
- Tech M&A podcast
- The Color of Money
- AdvisorToday.com's Building a More Successful Practice
Financial News / Global Economy:
Finally, for those wanting to stay in the know about finance news and the global economy, these podcasts discuss recent developments in the field. They are suited to informed members of the public with an interest in finance, but will also be of relevance to finance professionals who want to stay broadly informed.
If you're enjoying the podcast format and are looking for more recommendations, we have also compiled lists of the best podcasts in other disciplines. Check our blog posts:
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