Contact

I’m at and phone +81 501-014-7773 in Japan.

You’ll find me on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube, and Goodreads. Your best bet for timely investment info is a subscription to The Kelly Letter.

My publicist for The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing at Plume is Mary Pomponio, mary.pomponio@us.penguingroup.com, 212-366-2218, New York.

My publicist for Financially Stupid People at John Wiley & Sons is Jocelyn Cordova, jcordova@wiley.com, 201-748-6249, New Jersey.

Why I’m a Good Guest

If you’re a producer or host, I’ll bet you’ve experienced these:

Guests who don’t show up or call at the designated time
Guests who don’t know their subject
Guests who give five-word answers that leave you hanging
Guests who are boring


For your show, you want a guest who knows his subject and can talk about it in a way that’s interesting to your audience. That’s me. I’m good at explaining concepts to beginners, but in a way that makes more experienced listeners nod with joy at hearing somebody put the subject in understandable terms.

I speak in a conversational, humorous tone with a bright personality. Audiences say they enjoy listening to me. Isn’t that the kind of guest you want?

Most producers and hosts who’ve worked with me are eager to do so again. I’m prompt, professional, and good at keeping the conversation flowing. No curt, where-to-from-here kinds of answers from me.

I’d love to join your show, either in-person or by phone. Let’s book something!

70 Comments

  1. Posted October 18, 2014 at 12:45 pm | Permalink

    This website definitely has all the information I wanted concerning
    this subject and didn’t know who to ask.

  2. Thomas
    Posted November 2, 2014 at 12:56 am | Permalink

    We are now empty-nesters who have done our best to comply with the three c’s while raising our children. No credit card debt, driving used cars and our home has a manageable payment well below the 80% loan to value ratio. Our problem is with student loan debt. We paid as much as we could with cash while the kids were in college, but still managed to rack up about $48k in loans. We cannot find a rate lower than 7.5% anywhere and it is frustrating to discover what a racket this business of education has become. We were naive enough to think we were just doing the right thing for our kids and now we’re sorry…any suggestions? On top of that we are now facing the responsibilities of an upcoming wedding. Yikes!!!

  3. Scott
    Posted November 23, 2014 at 6:07 am | Permalink

    I own the 3rd Ed (2010) of TNLGSMI. I understand that there’s newer information in subsequent editions. As such, my question is, would I miss out on critical updates were I to purchase only The 3% Signal coming out next year, or would it be prudent to purchase the latest edition (I realize purchasing both is better for your sales) in addition to the new title?

    Thanks!

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