Bite-sized episodes of business journalist Bruce Sellery interviewing guests on a variety of subjects, always with a financial angle.

Debt Free in 30

If you’re worried about debt, this podcast is a must-listen. If you’re not, there are still useful observations in every episode. Hosted by Doug Hoyes, a veteran Licensed Insolvency Trustee at Hoyes, Michalos & Associates.

Canadian Couch Potato

In addition to his blog (see General Resources), Dan Bortolotti hosts a very good podcast in three segments: he chats with a guest; unpacks some Bad Investment Advice; and takes listener questions.

Because Money

This podcast touches on all things to do with financial planning and involves two, three, or all four hosts working through a topic,sometimes with a guest. Current hosts are: Sandi Martin from Spring Financial Planning; Chris Enns from Rags to Reasonable; John Robertson, author of “The Value of Simple”; and Kate Smalley, a financial marketing communications specialist.

Mostly Money

Preet Banerjee is ubiquitous on media: hosting TV series, appearing on CBC News, presenting educational videos on YouTube, and hosting the Mostly Money podcast. Mostly Money episodes provide valuable insights into the financial world.

Animal Spirits

Michael Batnick and Ben Carlson, both from Ritholtz Wealth Management, make an entertaining pair while discussing US
investment markets and other matters more broadly related to personal finance. Come for the information, stay for the clash
between the hosts’ Brooklyn and Midwestern sensibilities.

Rational Reminder

For listeners who are more comfortable with technical language, this analytical podcast switches between guest interviews,
in-depth topic discussions, and examinations of recent events that have personal finance and investing implications. Hosted by Benjamin Felix and Cameron Passmore of PWL Capital.

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