Emmy-Winning host of Win Ben Stein’s Money, Ben Stein offers audiences laughter and insight, occasionally moving them to tears with his touching and endearing anecdotes. Armed only with his curmudgeonly persona and his offbeat, dry delivery, he tackles the economy and tells you how to balance life’s priorities while offering an eye-opening tour of life’s absurdities. An exceptionally gifted economist whose market analysis is sought by companies and organizations across the country, Stein is author of Yes, You Can Supercharge Your Portfolio!: Six Steps for Investing Success in the 21st Century; The Real Stars: In Today's America, Who Are the True Heroes?; Yes, You Can Get a Financial Life!: Your Lifetime Guide to Financial Planning and How Successful People Win: Using "Bunkhouse Logic" to Get What You Want in Life.
What Does It All Mean for You? The Economic Meltdown
How It Happened and How You Can Survive It and Thrive
How To Ruin Your Life
Updated for All Occasions
The Economic Crisis: A Positive Policy for Moral and Economic Recovery
How we got into this mess, how bad is it, and how are we going to get out–and make sure it never happens again
Ben Stein most recently hosted the 2008 film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed, a documentary advocating the teaching of Intelligent Design and is a commentator for Fox News on finance, a commentator on human interest stories for CBS Sunday Morning, a commentator on retirement planning for PBS' Wall Street Week and this just scratches the surface. Ben Stein has been a poverty lawyer for very poor people in New Haven, Connecticut where he went to law school, a demonstrator for civil rights in Maryland, a trial lawyer on intellectual property issues, a university teacher on politics and the media, a speech writer for Presidents Nixon and Ford, a columnist for The Wall Street Journal, a highly regarded novelist, author of books about finance and about Hollywood, analyst of financial fraud for Barron's, frequent expert witness in complex securities fraud cases, law school teacher, consultant on presidential campaigns and a columnist for The New York Times. His securities work has been cited by a recent Nobel Prize winner in economics as inspiring.