Top 10 Investing Podcasts

Mad Money, Motley Fool Money, and The Rich Dad Show lead the list

The podcast industry has exploded with growth over the past several years, and that growth has extended to investing podcasts as well. There are over 1.5 billion podcasts globally as of Oct. 2020, according to

If you are looking to expand your investing knowledge, learn from top financial experts, or stay up-to-date on important market-moving news, here are 10 investing podcasts for you. 

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1. Mad Money with Jim Cramer

  • Episode release date: Weekdays
  • Average episode duration: 45 minutes

As a money manager and CNBC anchor, Jim Cramer guides listeners through the opportunities and pitfalls of Wall Street investigating with the goal of helping them make money. Mad Money, taken from Cramer’s CNBC weeknight program, features Cramer’s fiery opinions as well as the popular Lightning Round, in which he gives his buy, sell, and hold opinions on stocks to callers. 

2. Motley Fool Money

  • Episode release date: Fridays, with a 3-minute bonus on Tuesdays
  • Average episode duration: 40 minutes

Chris Hill and a panel of Motley Fool investment analysts provide listeners with some insight on the stock market implications of the week’s top business and financial news. In addition, Hill discusses the stocks on his radar and interviews industry experts and best-selling authors. 

3. The Rich Dad Show

  • Episode release date: Wednesdays
  • Average episode duration: 45-60 minutes

Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Poor Dad, sits down with investing, business, and personal development professionals to provide listeners with various perspectives on how to set themselves up for financial success. Recent episodes discuss hot topics like clean energy, cryptocurrency, and gold.

4. We Study Billionaires

  • Episode release date: Saturdays
  • Average episode duration: 45-60 minutes

Preston Pysh and Stig Brodersen interview and study famous financial personalities, including Warren Buffet and Howard Marks, to teach listeners important lessons learned and how to apply their investment strategies in the stock market. We Study Billionaires is the flagship podcast of The Investor’s Podcast Network with more than 30 million downloads.

5. Fresh Invest

  • Episode release date: Wednesdays or Thursdays
  • Average episode duration: 20 minutes

Morning Brew CEO Alex Lieberman and his Fidelity guests break down the current financial climate. With every news story, Lieberman emphasizes what it means for listeners as investors, providing them with actionable steps they can take to manage their money.

6. CNBC's Fast Money

  • Episode release date: Weekdays
  • Average episode duration: 45 minutes

News anchor Melissa Lee is joined by a roundtable of top traders to bring listeners the actionable news that matters most to investors. The podcast gives listeners the information normally reserved for the Wall Street trading floor, enabling them to make money-making decisions.

7. Invest Like the Best

  • Episode release date: Tuesdays
  • Average episode duration: 60 minutes

Patrick O'Shaughnessy, CEO of O'Shaughnessy Asset Management, speaks with investors, founders and CEOs to capture and share the world’s best business and investing knowledge. His mission is to educate and enable builders as he explores the ideas and methods that will help listeners better invest their time and money.

8. The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

  • Episode release date: Twice a week, no consistent day
  • Average episode duration: 45 minutes

As an economist and financial broker, Peter Schiff focuses on economic data analysis to provide unbiased coverage of global financial markets. Recent episodes include a look at the pre-election stock market, bubbles, and U.S. national debt.

9. InvestED

  • Episode release date: Tuesdays
  • Average episode duration: 30 minutes

Author and hedge fund manager Phil Town partners with his daughter Danielle to shine a light on the successful investment strategies that financial legends like Warren Buffet have used. The father-daughter duo provides stock market education and investing tips to listeners interested in learning how to invest on their own.

10. Animal Spirits

  • Episode release date: Wednesdays and Fridays
  • Average episode duration: 30-45 minutes

Michael Batnick and Ben Carlson host the show about markets, life, and investing as they discuss what they are about reading, writing, listening to, and watching. Recent episodes talk about stacker ETFs, the Federal Reserve, and the recent price of oil.

BONUS: The Meb Faber Show

  • Episode release date: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
  • Average episode duration: 60 minutes

Just outside the top 10 is The Med Faber Show, where the focus is on helping listeners grow and preserve their wealth. As co-founder and chief investment officer of Cambria Investment Management, host Med Faber discusses the craft of investing to help listeners uncover new and profitable ideas in the global equity, bonds, and real asset markets. 

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