5 Great Personal Finance Public Speakers To Follow

5 Great Personal Finance Public Speakers To Follow

With the advent of social media and digital marketing, a lot of people these days are calling themselves experts. Even a no-name brand can appear genuine and reputed. With so many personal finance gurus claiming to be the best in the business, it has become imperative to stick to the ones who have already proved their worth. In this post, I have talked about five such personal finance gurus.

Here Are the Best Personal Finance Public Speakers to Learn From in 2020

1) Dave Ramsey

Currently, Dave Ramsey is popular for his YouTube channel, The Dave Ramsey Show. On his show, Dave answers questions sent by his fans from all across the country. Unlike other personal finance gurus who start public speaking or coaching from a young age, Dave began his journey quite late. 

He used to be a real estate investor making a whopping $250,000 a year. Unfortunately, he had to see some bad days due to the market crash of 2008. This is where he learned the personal finance coaching trade. Subscribe to his YouTube channel to learn more about him.

2) Ramit Sethi

Ramit Sethi is an Indian-Canadian Personal Finance guru who teaches people how to win big instead of saving $3-$4 each day– by not having your favorite coffee drink. His approach to making money is a bit out there. He came to the limelight with his New York Times bestselling book I Will Teach You To Be Rich. Ramit gives away 98 percent of his best material for free. 

3) Grant Cardone


Assuming you have spent at least a few weeks researching on this topic, you must definitely have come across the phrase “the 10x rule”. Just like Dave Ramsey, Grant Cardone started his money-making journey by investing in real estate. Currently, Grant has published more than 10 bestselling books and also flies around in private jet to give lectures across the nation.

4) Robert Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese-American real estate investor, best selling author, and personal finance consultant. He is a big proponent of using money to make more money. He is also quite against the idea of working for someone else or being self-employed. 

In his bestselling book Rich Dad and Poor Dad, Robert shared how his mindset and personal goals were influenced by his surrogate father (whom he calls the rich dad). Robert Kiyosaki is currently involved in promoting his brand Rich Dad on Facebook, and Twitter and YouTube.

5) Ali Velshi

Being a senior economic and business correspondent for NBC News, Kenya-born Ali Velshi has a lot to offer to the ones seeking free of cost advice on personal finance, particularly the stock market. Ali has worked for several media companies including Al Jazeera America. In 2017, Ali gave a TED Talk called “How Fake News Grows in a Post-Fact World”. Click here to check out the video.


Simply watching a video a day can make you more aware of your money. For those who have started earning recently, it is best to begin on the right note. By learning the fundamentals of personal finance right from the get-go, you can avoid common pitfalls.