I chose APM Marketplace because it was recommended, and I thought that it sounded good for this Money Matters part of Edmodo. This is very good, and you should try it if you have not already.
I chose Motley Fool Money because it sounds good, and it was recommended to me. It is kind of silly, but it really breaks down money for people to understand better.
I chose Planet Money Podcast because it was recommended, and it talks about money which is what this part of Edmodo is about. It is a good show, and I think you should listen to it.
I chose The Wandering Economist because they are short episodes, but they really break down different things in the few minutes of an episode. It is a good show, and anybody should listen to it because of its significance.
I chose The Economic Lowdown because it talked about the Federal Reserve, and it has short but effective things in them that talks to us about money.
I chose Follow the Money Weekly Radio because it is very interesting, and I think that it really sounds interesting. I think that anyone should listen to it because it has some good sounding episodes.
I chose Weekly Banking because it was another not to bad sounding money show. I like that it talks about banking and banks, and it has rather short episodes in it. I think that it is a very good podcast.
I chose the Business Podcast because it is a British podcast, and I thought that it would be good to here a European podcast about money for my Money Matters assignment. It is very interesting.
I chose Marketplace Whiteboard because it has fun as it shows you about money and banks. It is very interesting, and I think that it is important to watch. It is a video with a podcast, and very interesting.
I chose London Business School because it was another European thing for the assignment. I like it because it is another European show, and I think that you would like it to.
Here is all the podcasts together on my iTunes home screen.