"I like Ken because he explains everything in plain English which happens to be my first language."
"Ken Kamen′s Reclaim Your Nest Egg is the most sensible, straightforward, andcomprehensible book on personal finance I′ve read. Calm and reasonable in its tone, detailed in its advice, the book sends the key message that everyone has to be his or her own financial advisor and gives you the confidence to take on the task."
Howard Fineman, Washington columnist, Newsweek, and MSNBC analyst
"This is a timely and important book a road map for individual investors who want to take their power back and assume personal responsibility for addressing their future financial needs. Kamen offers a lifetime of experience and hard–won wisdom to those whose confidence has been shaken by the continuing market turmoil and uncertainty of recent years. His advice is reassuring but realistic."
John Taft, CEO, RBC Wealth Management, U.S., Chairman,Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA)
"Ken Kamen gives a critical lesson for managing your nest egg: The key to success comes long before you′re ready to select a stock or a bond. Read Ken′s commonsense approach, and you′ll see a remarkably straightforward path to financial success."
Bob O′Brien, Stocks Editor, Barron′s.com
"Vivid, witty writing and empowering validation that you can take control. Along with information, Ken Kamen provides insights into managing and protecting your money plus guidance for assembling and managing the professionals who can help you Reclaim Your Nest Egg."
Deborah Bailey, Chairwoman, The Bailey Foundation
"Ken brings to his writing the same pragmatic skills he brought to his role as an expert advising my Congressional committee. He gives you clarity about what caused past missteps and offers actionable advice for getting better results in the future."
James Greenwood, President and CEO, Biotechnology Industry Organization; former chairman, U.S. House of Representatives Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee
1 Reconsider the Future.
2 Rightsize Your Plans.
3 Dump the Head Trash.
4 Ignore the Noise.
5 Check the Fine Print.
6 Embrace a Game Plan.
7 Establish Your Rules.
8 Reconstruct Your Portfolio.
9 Employ Defensive Moves.
10 Take the Helm.
About the Author.