I will periodically write reviews of podcasts and link them from here. Podcasts that I regularly listen to will likely be closer to the top and others may drift downward in the list, but the order is not meant to be a strict ranking.
Many podcasts are worth listening to. In fact, there’s a growing number of them.
A few different ones that you might consider in order to hear from a range of people with a range of views:
- For those who want a podcast to help them do well while doing good, consider the Investing for Good podcast from the founders of Goodegg Investments. Annie Dickerson and Julie Lam talk about how to invest in passive real estate syndications in such a way as to offer good housing to families and individuals while creating wealth for your family.
Each week, join Annie Dickerson and Julie Lam, busy moms, passive investors, and creators of Goodegg Investments, as they interview guests who are investing to build a legacy for their families, create a meaningful and intentional life by design, and impact the world around them. If you want to stop trading your time for money and focus on what really matters in life, this is the podcast for you.from the Investing for Good podcast website description
- BiggerPockets and BiggerPockets Money: if you are interested in investing in real estate, there’s a great deal to be learned from the Bigger Pockets podcasts. I’ve listened to both, but more to the BiggerPockets Money podcast, in which co-hosts Scott and Mindy interview guests on a wide range of money topics. They have a funny banter and offer lots of bad jokes and puns to go along with the advice. It’s largely geared toward those interested in FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) but even those not interested in FIRE-ing will find it of interest.
- Passive Real Estate Investing from turnkey rental guru Marco Santarelli is a good, efficient, frequently-updated podcast on a way to invest passively in real estate.
- CodeSwitch (from NPR–not about finance but about race and culture in America and topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion). I put it in here because it’s one we listen to regularly and it offers lots of insight.
- Marketplace podcast (from NPR) is a great, balanced, general purpose finance podcast.
- Lane Kawaoka’s Simple Passive Cashflow podcast covers a broad range of economic and finance topics, but with a focus primarily on passive real estate syndications. Lane has a laid-back style–referring to himself as a “dude named Lane” in his intro–and offers a mastermind as well as other services which are frequently discussed on the podcast.