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New study reveals the most popular stock trading podcasts


February 9, 2023 ( Newswire) A new study reveals the most popular stock trading podcasts, with InvestED taking the top spot as the most popular.

The trading world has seen an ever-growing amount of interest over the past few years; worldwide searches for 'how to get into trading' increased 178%, and searches for 'trading tips' have seen a 195% increase over the past five years.

Searches for 'stock trading tips' have increased by 204% worldwide over the past five years, proving how many people worldwide are interested in delving into the trading world. With the rise in popularity for podcasts skyrocketing over the past few years too, research was conducted to see which trading podcasts are the most popular.

The research conducted by UK financial services provider CMC Markets explored Google search data by examining the average number of monthly searches for the top stock and trading podcasts, which resulted in a ranking of the most popular stock and trading podcasts.

The most popular podcast in the rankings is InvestED, hosted by three-time New York Times best-selling author and hedge fund manager Phil Town and his daughter Danielle. The pair give advice and cast a light on the best investment strategies used by some of the most influential investors in the world.

Stretching over 400 episodes, the father-daughter duo dominates the stock and trading podcast space, with fans worldwide tuning in to hear their advice. Searches for 'InvestED podcast' average at 1,600 searches per month worldwide, proving just how popular the podcast is.

The following two podcasts in the rankings receive an average of 1,400 searches per month worldwide, placing them in joint second.

The Animal Spirits podcast explores life, markets and investing and is hosted by Michael Batnick, a managing partner at Ritholtz Wealth Management and Ben Carlson, the author of the wealth management blog A Wealth of Common Sense.

Their goal is to share their experiences in the markets and help make finance more understandable and accessible for their listeners. There are currently 454 episodes available for streaming, and with the podcast averaging 1,400 searches per month worldwide, fans are certainly listening to what they have to share.

The Mad Money podcast is hosted by one of Wall Street's most successful and influential money managers, Jim Cramer. The first episode was released in March 2005, and since then, the podcast has grown into a guide for people worldwide to become better investors.

The podcast has a huge number of episodes, so there is plenty of advice on how to dominate the stock market. Cramer helps his listeners navigate the jungle of Wall Street investing in a lightning round where he offers his buy, sell and hold options to callers keen to hear his expertise.

The third most popular stock trading podcast in the rankings is Invest Like The Best, hosted by Patrick O'Shaughnessy. This podcast provides insight into the minds of some of the best business and investment leaders across the globe, highlighting their trial-and-error methods of success and sharing stock market secrets exclusively to the show.

The main goal of this podcast is to guide listeners on how to spend their time and money better, resulting in successful investment outcomes. Searches for 'Invest Like the Best podcast' average 1,000 searches per month worldwide, which secures its third-place spot in the rankings.

The Meb Faber show is the fourth most popular stock trading podcast, averaging 400 monthly searches for the 'Meb Faber podcast' worldwide. The podcast aims to help listeners grow through wealth by making smarter investment decisions alongside featuring an array of top investment professionals dishing out their wisdom regarding investments.

The podcast currently stretches to 526 episodes and is hosted by Meb Faber, a co-founder and Chief Investment Officer of Cambria Investment Management. Faber has also written numerous successful books and is a frequent speaker on investment strategies which is why fans worldwide are keen to be regular listeners of the podcast.

The following two podcasts in the rankings receive an average of 300 searches per month worldwide, placing them in joint fifth.

With currently over 1,000 episodes, is Motley Fool Money, a multi-viewpoint podcast hosted by investment genius Chris Hill, in which he is joined by a team of top investment analysts who explore the day's top headlines in finance and business. The podcast is aimed at business-driven investors and helps to break down the stock market by sharing the perspectives of Hill's special guests.

We Study Billionaires is currently strung over 650 episodes and has gained over 95 million downloads. Hosted by Stig Broderson, Clay Finck and Trey Lockerbie, We Study Billionaires is the chief podcast of The Investor's Podcast Network. During the show, the hosts are joined by some of the industry's most famous financial billionaires, who guide listeners on applying the best strategies and methods in the stock market.

The most popular stock trading podcasts

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Methodology: Used AHrefs for searches for the top stock and trading podcasts across the world to establish the most popular stock trading podcasts.


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