Personal Finance Podcasts (or other resources)

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  • JaimieTJaimieT Atlanta, GA
    I know you said podcasts, but I love The Financial Diet on YouTube. I would listen to them if they had a podcast.
  • Also going to give you not-podcast recommendations.  When I went on my personal finance journey I really liked the simplicity of thought in books like "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" and "The Richest Man in Babylon".  That second one is a bit much with the conceit of the Babylonian man and with repetition but I found that aspect to be very effective in helping me remember the principles.  Also, you can get the audiobooks like I did and they're basically podcasts.
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  • Not a podcast, but i read Tony Robbins book (don't laugh): Money - master the game. I liked it because it offered alot of different viewpoints. The book is him mostly interviewing really successful people and how they manage money.  It actually taught me alot about several topics I had no clue about. 

    I'm interested to see what suggestions you get. I've been looking to find something like this myself. 
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  • DeeDee Adelaide
    edited August 23
    Oh well, if we are recommending books, there’s one that is huge in Australia called The Barefoot Investor. The guy is a bit in love with his blokey vernacular, and some things like superannuation, tax and shares would be specific to Oz, but a lot of it is just basic financial advice and information that would be universal.  

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/29/books/australians-cant-get-enough-of-the-barefoot-investor.html
  • DeeDee Adelaide
    JaimieT said:
    I know you said podcasts, but I love The Financial Diet on YouTube. I would listen to them if they had a podcast.
    I’d second this one.
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