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In response to a popular subscriber question, I am excited to share 5 of my favorite investing, dividend, and personal finance YouTube Channels. Subscribers are always asking me which other channels I enjoy watching. Today, I finally get to share some of my favorites. (Worth nothing: I enjoy many more channels, in addition to these 5. These are just the first 5 that came to mind.)

The first channel that I highlight today is Canna Campbell’s Sugar Mamma TV:

I truly enjoy Canna’s channel because she inspires me to live more frugally, manifest money, budget, and save money. I am very good at investing and making money. I have a lot to learn on the budgeting and saving money side of things! The more I can save, the faster I will achieve my dividend and passive income goals. As such, Sugar Mamma TV is the perfect complement to my current situation. I especially enjoy Canna’s 1000 Dollar Project book, and I’m participating in The 1000 Dollar Project to build up my family’s emergency fund this year!

The second personal finance and money channel featured in today’s video is Ryan Scribner:

When it comes to YouTubing about money and investing, Ryan is the mogul. He has really paved the way for the entire niche of personal finance vloggers. And, I truly enjoy his videos, especially his YouTube tips for folks like myself. When I first started sharing YouTube videos about dividends, I gained a lot of YouTube marketing insights from Ryan’s channel.

Channel three is an up-and-comer named Brandon Beavis:

Not only does Brandon share a similar philosophy to yours truly (many of our favorite stocks overlap), but he also produces top quality videos with beautiful thumbnails and incredible video production. I’m always envious of Brandon’s video editing skills. I am also thankful that Brandon consistently supports my channel, so I’m excited to finally give back today!

Next up is my buddy Stephen Spicer from Spicer Capital:

Spicer is the guy who does it all! Like me, he is a father and family man, so I can totally relate to his situation. I always see him on Instagram up late and night and then up early in the morning. He’s giving his YouTube channel his all, and I truly respect that. While our investing philosophies are a little different, I truly enjoy Stephen’s channel and see him doing great things.

Last up is the man, the myth, the legend! I’m talking about Mr. Jason Fieber (Mr. Free at 33):

Jason is a blogger, not a YouTuber. He is really the original (or one of the originals) when it comes to blogging about early financial freedom and dividend investing. I’ve been following Jason since his early days blogging at Dividend Manta. An interesting story: Back when I worked a stressful job, I really looked to Dividend Mantra as motivation, a beacon of light if you will. Aside from dividend investing, Jason shares many similar interests as myself such as fitness and philanthropy. You have to check out Jason’s blog if you’re into dividend investing and financial freedom!

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Of course I own this dividend stock, Coca-Cola (KO):

Disclosure: I am long Unilever (UL), Campbell’s Soup (CPB), and Coca-Cola (KO). I own these stocks in my stock portfolio.

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