10 Best Indian YouTube Channels to Learn Personal Finance

How often do we wish schools taught us how to manage finances and not just the Pythagorean theorem? Finance management is not only a crucial, but also a rather perplexing task for all of us. It is quite difficult to find one’s way through the maze of stock markets and investments, mutual funds and insurance schemes, and more recently, cryptocurrencies and NFTs. It is here that the Internet comes in, with a number of resources to get us through this labyrinth. There are a number of channels on YouTube with financial experts and influencers ready to solve all our doubts. Here’s a brief look at the 10 best Indian YouTube channels to learn personal finance.

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1. CA Rachana Phadke Ranade
With over 3 million subscribers, Rachana Ranade has bagged a name as one of the leading YouTubers about all things finance. She is highly qualified, with degrees in Chartered Accountancy, Management, Commerce and Business studies. Her detailed explainer videos on current issues like the Metaverse and crypto, and her Masterclass videos on the basics of finance are must watches.


2. Pranjal Kamra
Kamra started off as a blogger with his blog Finology, and built up a YouTube channel he launched in 2017. He is also the only investment consultancy to be registered with SEBI. His videos deal mainly with investment and behavioural finance. The ones meant especially for beginners, such as the beginners’ guide to investment, are the perfect personal guide one needs to foray into the world of finance. He currently has 3.64 million subscribers.


3. B Wealthy
This channel, with about 462K subscribers, is run by Swati Kumari. She has great experience in matters of personal finance. As the name indicates, her channel is meant to help people manage and increase their wealth. The videos are highly informative, especially on basic issues like taxes, investments and returns.


4. warikoo
Started by Ankur Warikoo, this channel covers all aspects of daily financial management – from tax planning to managing NFTs. He even does book reviews and videos on how to manage time and focus better by meditating. You can consider his channel an all-in-one guide for yourself. Warikoo is an entrepreneur and an alumnus of the Indian School of Business, which tells us why he has over a million subscribers.


5. Invest Aaj for Kal
Anant Ladha is the founder of this channel with 783K subscribers. His videos are what you need if you are looking to learn about basic financial concepts like bonds and shares, and gain sound knowledge about the world of finance. Ladha started this channel in 2013, and has worked widely as an analyst, accountant and investor.


6. Asset Yogi
Mukul Malik – the Yogi behind the channel, started this with an aim of spreading financial literacy among the masses. He simplifies complex concepts to make them easily understandable, and deals with day-to-day financial issues like car values and home loans. He currently has 2.99 million subscribers.


7. Labour Law Advisor
Starting off as a channel dealing with labour laws, Rishabh Jain and Mandeep Gill, the creators of the channel, chose to expand it to something greater. With 2.68 million subscribers, the channel now deals with issues of taxes and personal finance. They make informative videos as well as amusing shorts that are great for grasping the basics of finance.

8. The Urban Fight
Taskeen and Sugandha Rakha are the brains behind The Urban Fight, a channel with 2.83 million subscribers as of now. They offer extremely helpful videos on the basics of investing and also does tutorial videos to help with matters like trading. The motto is to help people become independent. They also have videos on how to lead a healthy lifestyle and how to crack interviews.

9. Invest Mindset
Starting from 2020, this channel has reached 574K subscribers within a year and a half. It is an up and coming channel with advisory videos on the problems with investing, cryptocurrencies and on financial freedom in India.

10. Shwetabh Gangwar
Or “Gangsta Philosopher” as he calls himself, he is also the author of “The Rudest Book Ever”. With 1.28 million subscribers, he guides people on ways to make more money, using innovative methods and from the comfort of their homes.

So, if you’re a newbie to the world of finance who wants to learn and manage their finances better, these 10 best Indian YouTube channels to learn personal finance are the advisors you need in your life!

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