If you listen to “Money! with Stacy Johnson,” you won’t be surprised by this news, but if you are unfamiliar with the podcast, you might want to check it out already: It just made Feedspot’s “Best 100 Money Podcasts” list!
This ranking recognizes “the best money podcasts from thousands of podcasts on the web,” according to Feedspot.
So if you’re a “Money!” listener, we thank you for helping us make the list! And if you’re new to the podcast, see why it’s so popular by listening for yourself, or read on to learn more.
Money Talks News founder Stacy Johnson launched “Money!” in 2020. A CPA who has 40 years of experience in personal finance and has held numerous financial licenses, Stacy wanted to share wit and wisdom that would make listeners richer without making their eyes glaze over.
Episodes are released every Wednesday and available at MoneyTalksNews.com and through various podcast platforms and RSS.
In 2021, Stacy introduced a recurring special episode about money news you can use. Each of these monthly episodes takes a deep dive into the current state of the financial markets and the economy at large, and dissects what it all means for your money. It’s also when Stacy and his co-host and producer share any recent changes to their own portfolios.
If you’re new to “Money!” start by checking out some of the most popular episodes of 2022 so far:
- 10 Best Moves for Rising Interest Rates (Pro tip: Be sure to catch this episode before the Federal Reserve’s presumed rate hike this Wednesday!)
- The Steps You Need to Take Now to Retire Rich
- Should You Buy an Electric Car?
- 10 Tips and Tricks to Help You Beef Up Your Savings
For even more highlights, check out our 2021 roundup in “The 10 Most Popular ‘Money’ Podcasts of the Year.”
And for a look at Feedspot’s full “Best 100 Money Podcasts” list, head on over to its blog.
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