InvestED takes top spot as most popular stock trading pod

Survey reveals 178% surge in global searches for 'how to get into trading'

InvestED takes top spot as most popular stock trading pod

During the past several years, there has been an increasing level of interest in the trading industry; global searches for "how to get into trading" have climbed by 178%, while searches for "trading tips" have increased by 195%. To determine the most popular stock and trading podcasts, CMC Markets, a UK-based supplier of financial services, looked at Google search data and examined the average number of monthly searches for the top stock and trading podcasts.

InvestED grabs the top rank as the most popular stock trading podcasts have been identified by a recent survey. InvestED -- hosted by Phil Town, a hedge fund manager and three-time New York Times best-selling book, and his daughter Danielle -- offers suggestions and sheds light on the top investing methods employed by some of the most well-known investors in the world.

The father-daughter team dominates the stock and trading podcast market with more than 400 episodes, and listeners from all around the world tune in to hear their advice. On average, 1,600 searches are made for "InvestED podcast" per month globally, demonstrating the program's popularity.

The next two podcasts in the rankings are tied for second place with 1,400 monthly searches on average worldwide.

Ben Carlson, the creator of the wealth management blog A Wealth of Common Sense, and Michael Batnick, a managing partner at Ritholtz Wealth Management, co-host the Animal Spirits podcast, which tackles life, markets, and investment. There are presently 454 episodes accessible for streaming. With 1,400 searches for the podcast globally each month, people are undoubtedly interested in their industry knowledge to make finance more approachable and intelligible.

One of Wall Street's most prominent and successful money managers, Jim Cramer, is the host of the Mad Money podcast. Since the first episode was made available in March 2005, the podcast has developed into a resource that helps individuals all around the world become better investors. In a lightning round, Cramer provides his buy, sell, and hold options to callers eager to hear his knowledge as he guides them through the maze of Wall Street investment.

Invest Like the Best, presented by Patrick O'Shaughnessy, is ranked as the third most popular stock investing podcast. In highlighting their trial-and-error techniques of success and divulging stock market secrets only to the show, this podcast offers a glimpse into the minds of some of the top business and investment executives from across the world. Holding down the third-place slot in the rankings with around 1,000 searches per month globally, the Invest Like the Best podcast shows listeners better ways to manage their time and money so they can make more profitable investments.

With 400 monthly searches, the Meb Faber show is the fourth most popular stock trading podcast.

The podcast features a variety of top financial specialists who share their knowledge on investing with the goal of assisting listeners in increasing their wealth via wiser investment selections.

Two podcasts on the list are tied for fifth place with an average of 300 searches each month from across the world.

Presented by investing guru Chris Hill, the Motley Fool Money is a multi-viewpoint podcast with over 1,000 episodes. A team of renowned investment experts join Chris Hill to discuss the day's most important financial and business stories.

With over 95 million downloads to date, We Study Billionaires now has 650 episodes. We Study Billionaires is The Investor's Podcast Network's flagship show, hosted by Stig Broderson, Clay Finck, and Trey Lockerbie. Some of the most well-known financial millionaires in the business appear on the program with the hosts, who offer advice to viewers on how to use the finest stock market techniques.