Are you a penny stock trader looking for a podcast to boost your knowledge and find new ideas? Great, well the only problem is there aren’t podcasts dedicated to covering low-priced stocks. But fear not, I have scoured the web to find the top five podcasts that are worth listening to.
Hands down SteadyTrade is one of the best penny stock podcasts around. SteadyTrade started in 2016 and is hosted by experienced traders – Tim Bohen, Stephen Johnston and Kim Ann Curtin. Brought to you by StocksToTrade, the show continues to go from strength to strength as it recently surpassed the 150th episode mark. They share detailed advice on how to become a profitable day trader, discussing everything you need to know. In particular I enjoy listening to their stories and they attract excellent guests such as Matthew Monaco and Jack Schwager.
2. Pennies: Going in Raw
Pennies: Going in Raw is a fun yet informative podcast by Hugh Henne and Dan, Deity of Dips. Hugh Henne is a 22 year-old swing trader who allegedly became a millionaire in 2020 through trading volatile penny stocks. Along with his co-host they discuss the latest stock market news and trade ideas covering – penny stocks, price targets, reverse splits, mergers and more. Be warned though, the strategies they use are risky. Don’t copy their ideas without doing your own research before placing a trade.
3. Planet MicroCap
Planet MicroCap is a small cap investing podcast hosted by Robert Kraft. They interview some of the smartest investors in the small cap space including the likes of Ian Cassel, Paul Andreola and Maj Soueidan. You won’t hear them talking about the latest penny stock pump and dumps! They’ll most likely be talking about small, high quality companies with big upside potential. Perfect for long term investors not interested in day trading.
4. In Penny Stock
Mubarak Shah from inpennystock.com shares his penny stock strategies, advice and resources to help new traders gain an edge in the market. As mentioned, the podcast is targeted to beginners with limited knowledge, not intermediate or veteran traders. Overall the information is very easy to understand but mostly he uses the podcast to upsell listeners to paid courses. I like how the episodes are short and sweet, instead of long-rambling episodes that provide no education. They’re haven’t been any new episodes uploaded since March 2020.
5. Stock Day Media
Stock Day Media is another popular podcast for micro cap enthusiasts. Similar to Planet MicroCap they cover the latest micro cap news and interview leading authorities in the industry. Host Everett Jolly has over 25 years experience in the financial sector. He has a wealth of knowledge and a passion for teaching others about the micro cap market. They upload episodes on a weekly basis to keep listeners engaged.
How to Find More Podcasts
If you’re not satisfied with my picks above, visit the major podcast platforms such as Google Podcasts or Spotify. Simply search “penny stocks” in the search bar to discover podcasts that might not be showing up in Google. While you won’t find many podcasts dedicated to penny stocks, there will be general trading podcasts with episodes that cover penny shares. It’s also great for finding interviews from traders such as Tim Sykes and Hugh Henne.