Top 5 Favorite Financial Comentators!

Top 5 Favorite Financial Comentators!

January 31, 2022

Back in the day, I was definitely one of those girls who watched Suze Orman, The Profit & Shark Tank on a random weekend night. Hey, I'm a nerd when it comes to personal finance. 

Want to know my favorite places to nerd out about money on the internet? Check out a few of my faves (in no particular order):

  1. Kelly Stamps on Financial Minimalism. ok. she's a bit silly but she's super fun to watch and she's made a living showcasing her minimalistic lifestyle while she moves around the country, from Boston to Texas to New York City and beyond, this girl knows how to live a luxury lifestyle as a minimalist and it's pretty fun to watch. Please watch one of her closet cleanout videos on Youtube. I also appreciate her love of high-end grocery stores. Me too girl, me too.
  2. Kevin Matthews on Stock Market Education. This North Tulsa native owns BuildingBread, whose tagline is "Investing Made Simple". Kevin's financial commentary is easy to understand and relatable. He also gives stock recommendations and helps teach people how to do their own trading through courses he offers on his website, 
  3. Our Rich Journey on the FIRE Movement. Have you heard of the Financially Independent Retire Early Movement?  If you've ever wanted to retire early and move to another country in your 30s or 40s, this couple might be all the inspo you need. FIRE is a fascinating financial strategy. The FIRE method is also highlighted in books like I Will Teach You to be Rich by Ramit Sethi & Playing with FIRE by Scott Rieckens. 
  4. Graham Stephan on Personal Finance. You can find Graham on The Graham Stephan Show & The Iced Coffee Hour on youtube and likely via podcast. He's one of my favorites to binge-watch for General Financial Commentary. He started his career as a realtor at the Oppenheim Group (yes, the one on Netflix) and turned his flips and rental properties into a more diversified portfolio. Along with his fun one-liners and rants about iced coffee and avocado toast, he provides interesting perspectives about the market and the economy the way he sees it. 
  5. CNBC Make It on Diverse Money Stories. From "How to negotiate a Bigger Salary" to the girl who makes $55k a week (a WEEK) flipping Vintage handbags, and oh yeah, the girl that quit her $35k per year job to grow her side hustle now making $141 Million per year, it's fascinating to see how people make and spend money. CNBC Make it is my absolute favorite place to find diverse money stories. Check them out on Youtube or on social media. 

Where's your favorite corner of the internet to binge money-related content?

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