8 Best Investing Podcasts for Aussie Investors To Listen To
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8 Best Investing Podcasts for Aussie Investors To Listen To

Katie Douglass

Katie Douglass

12/04/2021 • 5 minute read

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Podcasts are growing in popularity among Aussies (one-third of them, to be exact) and it’s easy to see why. They’re accessible, free, and convenient to listen to. Whether you’re commuting, driving, or working out, podcasts are becoming the go-to platform to consume content while on the move.

The increasing popularity of podcasts has also extended to finance podcasts. From personal finance and industry news to entrepreneurship and investing, there are a wide range of finance topics you can explore via your headphones.

For this article, we’re going to put the spotlight on investing podcasts. Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned expert, listening to a podcast is a great way to learn more about investing.

To help you get started, we’ve put together a list of the best investing podcasts for Aussie investors to listen to. Whether you want to learn more about real estate investing, get your foot in the investing door, or get a breakdown of the share market, there’s something for everyone.

So, pop your headphones in and tune into our picks of the best investing podcasts.

Oiyo’s Top 8 Investing Podcasts

1. Aussie Firebug

Available on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | SoundCloud

Aussie Firebug

If you’re interested in the FIRE (financial independence, retire early) movement, we recommend having a listen to the Aussie Firebug podcast. Hosted by Matt, an anonymous Aussie blogger, the financial independence podcast features interviews with guests who have achieved financial independence (or are already on their way). Plus, on the last Friday of each month, Matt hosts a segment called ‘Ask Firebug Fridays’ where he answers questions sent in from listeners. While the podcast is not solely focused on the topic of investing, there’s a bunch of helpful episodes to listen to including one on investing for children and an interview with a robo-advising company helping people invest.

2. Shares for Beginners

Available on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Castbox

Shares for Beginners

Are you thinking of investing in the share market but not sure where to start? Or don’t understand the oft-confusing industry jargon? Hosted by Phil Muscatello, Shares for Beginners aims to break down the barriers to investing and help listeners make informed decisions when it comes to growing their money. Muscatello interviews a range of local industry experts including Daniel Reyes (Vanguard Investments), Scott Phillips (The Motley Fool), and Betsy Westcott (Ladies Finance Club).

3. My Millennial Money

Available on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Castbox

My Millennial Money

Self-described as the ‘Hamish and Andy of finance’, My Millennial Money is hosted by duo Glen James (an award-winning financial adviser) and John Pidgeon (a personal property coach). A regular in the top charts, this podcast offers a mix of helpful advice, guest interviews, and light-hearted banter. From how to invest in shares to the property market, My Millennial Money covers it all with a bit of banter thrown in. Standout guests include Dave Ramsey, Victoria Devine, and Chris Hogan.

4. She’s On The Money

Available on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify

She’s On The Money

Hosted by financial adviser Victoria Devine, the award-winning podcast She’s On The Money aims to empower millennial women when it comes to their finances. Whether it’s about the psychology of saving, the pink tax, or decrypting crypto, Devine tackles finance topics in a way that is relatable and engaging. Plus, if you’ve ever wanted to take a sneak peek into how other people spend their money, listen to the podcast’s Money Diaries episodes.

5. The Australian Investors Podcast

Available on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Castbox | YouTube

The Australian Investors Podcast

The Australian Investors Podcast is hosted by Owen Raskierwicz, the founder of investment news website Rask Media. The weekly podcast series features insightful conversations with a range of investors and industry experts on their investment philosophies, strategies, and lessons learned. Whether you’re a budding investor or seasoned expert, The Australian Investors Podcast has something for everyone.

6. Equity Mates

Available on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts

Equity Mates

The brainchild of two university friends and entrepreneurs, Bryce Leske and Alec Renehan, the Equity Mates podcast is all about making finance and investing accessible for everyone. If you’re looking to get into investing, there are interviews with industry experts alongside Basics 101 episodes to listen to.

7. Your Wealth

Available on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Podbean

Your Wealt‪h‬

Hosted by Nabtrade’s Gemma Dale, the Your Wealth podcast offers strategies and tips for those who want to grow their wealth. Dale comes with a wealth of experience and knowledge having been featured on Sky Business, Sunrise, AFR, and Channel Ten. Alongside giving a rundown of the latest market news, Dale interviews finance experts including Roger Montgomery and Craig Lazzara.

8. Motley Fool Money

Available on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify

Motley Fool Mone‪y‬

Hosted by Scott Phillips and Anirban Mahanti, the Motley Fool Money podcast is produced in partnership with Triple M. Every week, the duo give a debrief on the latest finance and investing news from Australia and around the world. Plus, they answer questions sent in by listeners in their Mailbag episodes.

Learn more about growing your wealth

If you want to learn more about investing, make sure to check out our other articles on Oiyo. Whether it’s a rundown on micro-investing, how to find the best investment returns, or a beginner’s guide to investing in shares, there’s plenty of helpful info on offer.

Oiyo is a consolidated online resource, we are not financial advisors. We work with a range of industry professionals and compliance check our articles to ensure factual accuracy. However, we do not provide professional financial advice. Consider seeking independent legal, financial, taxation or other advice to check how the information and ideas presented in this article relate to your unique circumstances.


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Katie Douglass

Written by Katie Douglass

Katie Douglass is the Communications Manager at Oiyo and a writer. In recent years, Katie's work has appeared in publications such as Marie Claire, InStyle, and THE ICONIC. She has a Bachelor of Creative Industries in Fashion Communication & Journalism from the Queensland University of Technology. At Oiyo, Katie is responsible for overseeing editorial strategy.

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