5 Resources for Getting Information about the Stock Market and Investing

A stock market is a volatile place. It’s hard to predict what the next day will bring, and it can be tempting to stay away from investing altogether.

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But if you want more money in your pocket, you need to learn about stocks and invest wisely. In this blog post, we’re going to tell you all about five great resources that can help you get started on learning more about the stock market and investing.

1. Anderson Business Advisors Podcasts

Anderson Business Advisors is a financial advisory company started by Michael W. Anderson, an author and broadcast veteran. In each podcast episode, Mr. Anderson interviews various experts about different topics related to finance, particularly those relevant to small business owners. This podcast has been downloaded over eight million times in more than 200 different countries in five years. 

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The best investing podcasts are both informative and interesting. For example, an episode titled “Stock Market Volatility” tells you everything you would ever want to know about what happens on the stock market on days with significant changes in prices. They’re fun to listen to also. Mr. Anderson is very good at making boring financial terms more easy-to-understand.

2. The Ramsey Show

The Ramsey Show was hosted by Dave Ramsey, who was listed as one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world. This radio show consistently ranks in the top 10 on iTunes. Mr. Ramsey’s guests are generally financial gurus who have great advice to offer listeners about how they can improve their financial lives. The theme of each episode is typically along the lines of “how to get out of debt, stay out of debt, and live like no one else so you can later live like no one else.” Of course, that’s an oversimplification, but it serves as an excellent general guideline. Mr. Ramsey is also on Twitter. He reaches about 2 million people each month.

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3. Kailash Concepts Newsletter “KCR”

Founded in 2010, Kailash Concepts is a sophisticated newsletter service committed to helping investors avoid speculative behavior and compound capital safely.  The firm includes a prominent academic in the field of behavioral finance and an industry veteran who helped build, trade for and manage one of the biggest mutual funds in America.  Their work focuses on bringing some of the best quantamental investing tools to investors.

Financial history is littered with examples of human beings driving sectors of the market to “booms” and “busts” and this team has the data to prove it!  The KCR team crunches vast amounts of fundamental data to identify where peoples’ emotions have run riot.  Historically informed and free from bias, this is a service for those looking to avoid the hype and find simple investment strategies based on rigorous analysis of historical data. 

MotleyFool Money

MotleyFool is a company that produces articles and videos about finance and investing. They’ve been in business since 1996, so they’re one of the veteran players in the industry. The site’s writers cover both individual stocks and general news related to the economy and stock market. They also publish articles on career advice, education, retirement planning, and more. The site’s tagline is “advising the do-it-yourself investor since 1996,” which tells you everything you need to know about what they’re all about. They offer email newsletters to readers, too. Like Dave Ramsey, Mr. MotleyFool offers his newsletter free of charge.

4. Mad Money With Jim Cramer

Jim Cramer is the host of Mad Money, a show on CNBC. The tagline for this show is “get better stock picks from wall street’s most fiery advisor.” Jigsaw produces it at MorningStar Television, and it has been on the air since 2005. Each episode typically begins with Mr. Cramer giving his opinion about whether or not he thinks the market (specifically, individual stocks) will be up or down after the close of business that day. Then he’ll do a “Lightning Round” in which he’ll make lightning-fast commentary about three companies’ stocks after asking callers whether they want to buy, sell, or short them. It’s intense and entertaining.

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5. Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio started in 2003 and was hosted by Robert Kiyosaki, author of  “Rich Kid Strategy.” Mr. Kiyosaki is also the creator of Cashflow Technologies Inc. This financial education company specializes in real estate investing education for middle or upper-middle-class adults. Through his radio show, he gives plenty of tips on becoming rich and investing in various types of real estate. The show is recorded live and divided into three parts: the first part provides information for would-be real estate investors. The second part is about social media. The third part is a book club where listeners can get together online and discuss Robert Kiyosaki’s books.

The radio industry is famous for its music content and because it offers plenty of information about personal finance. There are countless shows you can listen to, and they all have something unique to offer. You might even want to create your own. Put together a show where you provide advice on investing in particular types of stocks or real estate. Just make sure you know what you’re talking about before you go live.

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