9 of the best money YouTube channels to subscribe to

Anna Allgaier

You know how people say that if we could read each other's thoughts, none of us would have friends? Well, that same logic applies to my YouTube suggestions. Thank you algorithm. (Lots of competitive eating clips and 90s throwbacks, nothing weirder than that, I promise).

In a bid to make my viewing habits appear a little more normal, I decided to explore the best financial channels on YouTube. So now, if some sort of freak accident occurs and someone goes through my laptop, they won’t think I’m a total weirdo. That’s one less thing to worry about.

Anyway, here they are.

For your viewing pleasure

The Financial Diet

The Financial Diet takes personal finances and makes them a little less scary. Ugh, fabulous. YAS. The team’s goal is to present things “in a way that doesn’t make you want to curl up in a ball and cry”, which is always a nice thing to avoid.

Investing with Rose

What a woman. Rose Shafa is a big time money expert who wants to help you “live life on your terms” by offering up some handy investment and life tips. She invested in her first stock at 14 for crying out loud. Her videos range from everything from book recommendations to trading for beginners and even how to pay off debt.

Mapped out money

Nick True, delivers some hard money truths. Get it? Because of his name. Sorry.
His weekly videos are there to “help you get a handle on your money and use it as a tool to help you do what you really want to be doing.” Aww thanks, Nick.

Minority Mindset

Jaspreet Singh is a CEO and the host of “the number one financial education” YouTube channel out there. He wants to help spread financial education by making it fun. His advice is incredibly helpful and easy to watch. To be honest, anyone who’s got a video titled “5 Steps To Save $10,000 In 3 Months” has my undivided love and attention.

Jordan Page, FunCheapOrFree

Jordan Page wants you to have a glorious, fun-packed existence without having to make your wallet go “STOP, PLEASE, PLEASE STOP.” She wants to show you how to have more, do more and live more in the process.

Dumb Money

Dumb Money’s a channel run by three regular ol’ dudes who quit their jobs and invested their own money to become millionaires. Ummm sign me up (sorry Wise). Dave Hanson, Chris Camillo and Jordan Mclain want to show you that you don’t have to be a Wall Street baller to make the money hollar.

You Need A Budget

You Need A Budget, also referred to by the cool kids as YNAB, not to be confused with YMCA, is a channel that wants to help you achieve three things:

  • Break the paycheck to paycheck cycle
  • Get out of debt
  • Save money faster

Ryan Scribner

Ryan loves a bit of investment. So much so, he’s created a channel dedicated to helping fellow investors, both old and new, to make smarter money decisions. If you want a little intro to investing before you watch his vids, you can read my overview here. Final plug of the article, I promise.

Wise

Teehee. Look what I did? I plugged us. Yes, we have a YouTube channel, it’s fairly new but it’s hosted by a lovely man called Rich. You’re going to love him. He’s fabulous, and Scottish. What are you waiting for?


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