Financial literacy is important, but oftentimes we might not know where to gain financial knowledge from. Fortunately, with social media platforms such as YouTube, you can find many financial gurus and experts who are willing to teach you a thing or two on finance.

You might have heard of experts from all around the world, but in this article, we’ve compiled 6 Malaysian personal finance channels you can subscribe to. Just so you’ll be able to relate and understand better! Without further ado, let’s get right into it.

1. Mr Money TV

Founded in November 2018, Mr Money TV has amassed 84.8K subscribers at the time of writing. On his channel, you’ll find finance tips and educational content for individuals as well as families.

New videos are posted once a week, and you can also watch weekly live sessions every Thursday at 8:30pm

Watch his videos/subscribe here.

You can also follow him on Instagram at @mrmoneytv.

2. SuyinOng

Run by Suyin Ong, on this channel you can get tips and hacks based on her experiences. She also discusses topics such as stocks, cryptocurrencies, and even financial books you can read.

You can watch her videos or subscribe to her channel here.

Follow Suyin on Instagram at @suyinvests.

3. KCLau

At close to 9,000 followers, KC Lau uses his channel to delve into a wide range of topics such as financial habits you should have to whether you should choose robo-advisors when investing.

While some of the topics may be better suited for those who already have some financial literacy, the content is still made simple and easy to understand for beginners.

Watch his videos/subscribe to his channel here.

You can follow KC Lau on Instagram at @kclaumoney.

4. CF Lieu Channel

Another channel that caught our attention is CF Lieu’s. On his channel, he discusses financial content now not only in English, but also in Bahasa Malaysia.

And besides having full-length videos on a variety of topics, he also has under-a-minute videos that are packed with enough information. Videos like these can be easily shared as they’re fun to watch, and you’ll also learn something at the end of the day.

Watch CF’s Lieu’s videos or subscribe to his channel here.

Follow him on Instagram at @cflieu1.

5. Millennial Finance

True to its name, Millennial Finance is catered to millennials who want to gain more financial knowledge. But this doesn’t mean that other age groups won’t be able to benefit from this channel.

Through their videos, they share a lot of personal experiences they’ve had and what they’ve learned from them. New videos are posted at 7pm every Monday, and you can also read articles on their blog.

Watch their videos/subscribe to their channel here.

Follow them on Instagram at @themillennialfinance_.

6. The Financial Fitness

Run by Ivy and Ying, The Financial Fitness puts out content that is simple and straightforward. Their content can easily be consumed by any age group, as they look at topics such as how to make a shopping budget, so whether or not you should opt for the moratorium.

They’re also happy to take any personal questions you may have, so feel free to reach out to them via their social media channels.

Watch their videos/subscribe to their channel here.

Follow them on Instagram at @thefinancialfitnesschannel.

We hope you enjoyed this read and will enjoy watching the content on this channel. If you’re a huge Instagram fan, here are some accounts you can follow for personal finance tips in Malaysia: