For me, keeping up with financial trends is more than just a hobby. In fact, I’ve spent over thirty years crafting the knowledge to become a leader in the finance industry. With a mission to help people find the perfect home, I understand that financial knowledge is something everyone can and should be able to benefit from.
I’ve has been able to do so by dedicating himself to continuing to learn something new every day. One of the ways that he does so is through the modern invention of podcasts. Easy and accessible, podcasts have become a great way to pick up new information on a variety of topics – including finance.
Brought to you by NPR, or National Public Radio, Planet Money explains the economy and personal finances in a way that is easy to understand and relate back to your personal situation. Are you looking to better understand the basics of the finance industry? Planet Money is a great podcast to start with no matter your knowledge or experience level.
Have you ever had a conversation with an entrepreneur and left needing to know more about how they’ve succeeded? Bigger Pockets is a first hand look at how people earn and keep money to live a comfortable lifestyle through nontraditional means. If you’ve been thinking about taking the dive into becoming self-made, Bigger Pockets is a podcast dedicated to providing you with the information you need to take that leap.
If you’re thinking about investing your money, The Disciplined Investor is a great podcast to learn more about the process. In this podcast, Andrew Harowitz, the president and founder of Harowitz and Company, goes through how to plan, where to invest, and how to expand your income through responsible means. While many believe that investing is beyond their experience level or income, Harowitz explains how it can benefit everyone with the right knowledge.
For anyone whose interest hasn’t peaked at any of the other podcasts and would like a more casual introduction to fiscal knowledge, 2 Frugal Dudes may be the perfect podcast for you. In this podcast, they talk about everything from basic budgeting to early retirement and everything in between.
Hearing about financial trends, shifts, and waves on the news might go over your head if you’re not in sync with the comings and goings of the finance world. Luckily, that’s where Slate Money comes in. They focus on those financial stories and explain their importance in society and your everyday life.
If you’ve made understanding the financial field or your personal finances better a personal resolution, it might be as easy as tuning into a podcast. With so many to choose from, you can be a more experienced saver in just a few minutes.