Ben Stein can be seen talking about finance on Fox TV news every week. He has written about finance for Barron’s and The Wall Street Journal for decades and contributes regularly to the AARP’s Modern Maturity (now AARP: The Magazine). He was one of the chief busters of the junk bond frauds of the 1980s, has been a long-time critic of corporate executives’ self-dealing, and has written several self-help books about personal finance.
Phil DeMuth is an investment psychologist with a longstanding interest in the stock market. He has written for The Wall Street Journal and Barron’s, as well as Human Behavior and Psychology Today. His opinions have been quoted on theStreet.com and Fortune Magazine and is president of Conservative Wealth Management in Los Angeles.
Have read others of him. Recommend him as a good read. It arrived in very good time, and well packaged and in very good condition. Thank youPublished on December 25, 2012 by Donna Corbino
Ben Stein is intelligent. Ben Stein is insightful. Ben Stein is sincerely concerned about the America he loves. Ben Stein can be funny. Ben Stein certainly has a dead-pan delivery. Read morePublished on February 23, 2010 by Dr.Charles Dusenbury
The authors discuss six areas in which the policies and attitudes of the last few decades have served to weaken the United States. The book is well researched and easy to read. Read morePublished on January 10, 2010 by L. Swanson
Great book, very interesting to read and I learned from it. This book will teach you about the things that are currently destroying our nation, and hopefully can be stopped before... Read morePublished on December 9, 2009 by Mark Twain
Ben Stein really hits reality with this book. He's one of the few who really understand what's going on with our country as we are flushing away everything our forefathers fought... Read morePublished on August 25, 2009 by Elizabeth A. Doak
I love Ben Stein, but this book is better than taking a full bottle of Ambien.Published on August 12, 2009 by Elaine R. Kaibel
Here's the problem. Nothing, and I mean nothing that Ben Stein says can be taken as lucid or as a serious analysis of any issue or dilemma we as Americans face. The reason? Read morePublished on March 6, 2009 by M. Reiley
I bought this hoping for a fourth "How to Ruin Your Life" book, but Ben Stein has apparently gotten old and lost is edge. The first chapter is a diatribe on religion. Read morePublished on December 16, 2008 by Aaron Soule
Mr. Stein and Mr. DeMuth have a great book here. You can really connect with what they have to say. This book is simple yet straight to the point.Published on October 23, 2008 by K. Williams