LISTENING CALENDAR FOR THE BEST FINANCE PODCASTS
CHOOSING THE BEST FINANCE PODCASTS
Here are the factors that were taken into consideration in choosing the best of the best. The first is, of course, the quality of the content. Meaning, how much value is the show providing its listeners? Second is how the host(s) is/are, how the guest(s) is/are, and what level their caliber is. Finally, how is the listening experience? Is the audio high-quality with good editing, minimal background noise, and without any side conversations or dead space?
This list was created with as unbiased reviews as possible from Robert Leonard. The opinions are his own and are not influenced by payments from advertisers. The author has been an avid podcast listener for over six years now, and he has been a podcaster for about two years. Ultimately, the rankings are based on what he believes add up to a great podcast.
The topics discussed in the podcast sound foreign to you.
Beginner to Intermediate:
The topics discussed are relatively new to you but you may have already studied them in the past. In addition, the show covers topics from a beginner’s perspective in some episodes but also dives into intermediate topics that are slightly more complex.
Intermediate to Advanced:
You have studied the topics discussed in the given podcast. In addition, you understand and can apply the principles but you still have a bit of room to learn. Lastly, the show covers intermediate level subject matters that can get more advanced and complex within some episodes.
Advanced / Sophisticated:
You are towards the top of the scale in terms of comprehension of the show’s topics and consider them part of your expertise. In addition, you are able to fully understand and apply the concepts and strategies discussed.